Wolves transfer news: Wanderers scouts present to watch Lens trio
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Wolves transfer news: Wanderers scouts present to watch Lens trio

Wolves reportedly sent scouts to watch Lens take on Marseille at the weekend – where Kevin Danso, Seko Fofana and Lois Openda were all watched.

Lens have been having a really good season in 2022/23 so far, and currently sit second in the Ligue 1 table.

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They beat Marseille 2-1 on Saturday and leapfrogged them in the table.

Several players for Lens have really shone this term, and there were three that were watched in particular by Premier League clubs at Stade Bollaert-Delelis.

90min say Danso, Fofana and Openda were all under observation.

Centre-back Danso has been key in helping Lens to become the best defensive outfit in the division.

Fofana is a midfield dynamo who has been shining for a while now for Lens. He is their captain, and speculation about a transfer away from the club has been rife for some time.

And Openda has really been impressing in more recent times, scoring 10 goals in his last eight appearances for the club.

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The 23-year-old hit the winner against Marseille on Saturday.

It is stated that Danso attracted particular attention from Wolves scouts.

They were apparently there to watch all three players. But the Austrian defender was seemingly their main focus.

Kevin Danso could be a fine signing for Wolves

This is an interesting claim as there were a lot of talented players involved in Lens vs Marseille on Saturday.

If Wolves scouts were indeed there, then hopefully they were able to get a really good look at some of their targets.

Danso has played a key role in helping Lens to become a solid outfit this season and could potentially make for a great signing by Wolves.

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Lens picked him up for just £4.3 million in 2021.

The 24-year-old has previously been described as a ‘colossus’ by RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, and is a powerful and mobile centre-half.

Julen Lopetegui probably needs one more central defender to come in this summer. Especially because Toti has now emerged as an option to play left-back.