Wolves have reportedly made a deadline offer for young Partizan Belgrade striker Marko Milovanovic.
Telegraf.rs have claimed Wanderers are looking to land the 18-year-old. Apparently Partizan could cash in.
Telegraf do actually disclose the nature of Wolves’ offer. Supposedly, Wolves have bid €6 million (£5 million), and the offer would permit Partizan to net 20% of any future sale of the player.
It is also stated in the report that Wolves could potentially leave Milovanovic on loan at Partizan for the rest of the season.
Apparently, Ajax and Anderlecht have both made offers too. The latter want the player to join them immediately.
But it is Wolves who are in pole position.
Milovanovic only made his debut for Partizan in July 2021. He scored his first goal for the club in December in a Serbian Cup match against Dubocica.
In terms of international pedigree, Milovanovic has only a few caps for Serbia’s U19s so far.
He is someone who certainly catches the eye with the way he plays. Milovanovic is a very physical striker, and stands at an intimidating 6ft 5in tall.
Milovanovic move unlikely to appease Wolves fans
The club have already moved to bring in three players this month.
They are Hayao Kawabe, Jung Sang-bin and Chiquinho.
Kawabe and Jung have already headed out to Grasshoppers on loan, and Chiquinho will work with the first-team but he’s probably not likely to see too many minutes given Lage has several options to play out wide.
Most Wolves fans just want to see the club spend a bit of cash on a player of good quality who could potentially improve the starting XI. Someone who has a bit of experience under his belt.
Milovanovic may have talent, but he’d be one for the future.