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Wolves transfer news: Wanderers in advanced talks to sign Pedrinho

Wolves have reportedly advanced talks to sign Pedrinho from Shakhtar Donetsk.

According to Goal Brasil, there should be a positive outcome to the situation during the next transfer window.

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Wolves have supposedly already made an offer for the 24-year-old.

And that offer included a confidentiality clause to stop details, including the name of the club, from being divulged.

But Goal Brasil discovered that Wolves were the club in question.

Bruno Lage just missed out on working with Pedrinho before at Benfica, but he is keen to bring the South American to Molineux this summer.

Wolves were first linked with Pedrinho earlier this year. Gazeta Esportiva had said that the club were showing an interest, shortly after the Ukrainian Premier League had to be suspended.

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Then, there were reports in the UK, with the Daily Mail claiming Wolves had been offered the chance to sign him. He was said to be rated at around £15 million.

Brazil U23 international Pedrinho is a versatile player capable of playing in several forward positions.

This term for Corinthians, he played all across the front line, scoring four goals and making three assists in 19 appearances.

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It seems there is now a pretty good chance we could be seeing Pedrinho at Molineux next season.

There is a strong possibility that Francisco Trincao and Adama Traore will not be at the club for next season.

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And so, there will likely be need to sign another forward player.

Lage appears to really want Pedrinho, which is hardly surprising given the link he already has with him. Lage had backed a move for Benfica to sign the star, but he left his position as manager before getting to work with him there.

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