Wolves are reportedly showing interest in Genk winger Mike Tresor.
90min have reported this morning that Wanderers are one of several clubs keen on one of Europe’s leading assist-makers.
Tresor has been in fine form this season over in Belgium.
In 33 appearances so far, he has tabled a very impressive 18 assists for teammates. On top of that, he has also scored seven goals.
Only one player has managed more this season – Rayan Philippe (20), who plays in Luxembourg’s top-flight.
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Unsurprisingly given that output, many clubs are looking to sign Tresor.
Burnley apparently made an unsuccessful approach in January. According to Breaking the Lines, Vincent Kompany had expressed ‘concrete interest’ in bringing Tresor to Turf Moor.
And Leicester, Brentford, Brighton, Wolves and Nottingham Forest are all said to have watched Tresor in recent months.
The interest extends beyond England. Clubs in Germany and Spain are also circling.
Tresor, 23, might be someone Wolves push for in the summer, with Adama Traore set to leave the club. His contract runs out at the end of the season.
It is not out of the question that the club could sell Daniel Podence, who’ll only have a one year remaining on his deal.
Mike Tresor is definitely a player Wolves should keep an eye on
It may ‘only’ be the Belgian league, but 18 assists is very impressive going from Tresor.
He is clearly someone who can make things happen in the final third.
Wolves need such kinds of players, given the struggles they have had scoring goals for a long time now.
At the age of 23, Tresor is not a youngster and has a decent amount of games under his belt already from his spells at NEC Nijmegen, Willem and Genk.
That potentially makes him well-placed to come in and play straight away for Wolves.