Wolves reportedly sent scouts to watch the huge derby match between PSV and Ajax on Sunday to watch a few highly rated players.
90min have claimed that the clash between the Dutch giants was attended by representatives from a number of clubs.
There are three players named in the article.
Ibrahim Sangare, PSV’s midfield enforcer, was supposedly someone these representatives were watching.
And Ajax’s defender Jurrien Timber is also mentioned.
Scouts from Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, Newcastle United, West Ham United, Brentford, Brighton, Wolves and Leeds United were apparently present.
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Sangare has a release clause of around £33 million.
It is also stated that Sangare’s teammate Jarrad Branthwaite, on loan with PSV Eindhoven from Everton, was watched by a number of these clubs.
He’s impressed this season, and PSV supposedly want to keep him permanently.
Ajax defender Timber has been strongly linked with Manchester United previously, with Erik ten Hag a big fan of his. 90min say the Red Devils were looking at him.
Wolves are just mentioned as having had scouts present at the game.
There is no specific claim that Timber, Sangare or Branthwaite are definite transfer targets for them.
An interesting claim that Wolves representatives attended PSV vs Ajax
It will be interesting to see if we get any reports in the summer about any players involved in this game.
Of course, Wolves stand to lose Ruben Neves this summer. He’ll only have a year left on his contract. There will surely be teams lining up to try and signing him.
Joao Moutinho is out of contract and may not be offered a new one. And Matheus Nunes has also been linked with the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool, although most Wolves fans will really hope he stays.
They could be a need for someone like Sangare.
Wanderers don’t have a particularly pressing need for a new centre-back. But one injury to one of the four current options could leave the team a little short.