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Wolves transfer news: Wanderers waiting for proposal from PSV for Ki-Jana Hoever

Wolves are reportedly waiting for a proposal from PSV Eindhoven for Ki-Jana Hoever.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Wanderers are ready to offload the 20-year-old, who has struggled for regular minutes at Molineux since his arrival at the club two years ago.

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Hoever came to Molineux at the same time as Diogo Jota went to Liverpool, in a separate deal.

Also arriving at the club at the same time as Hoever was Nelson Semedo, who has been the undisputed number one right wing-back since.

Hoever has had to make do with appearances here and there, with Semedo much preferred.

Semedo has made 63 appearances so far, whereas Hoever has made just 25.

Back in March, Hoever made headlines for the being the subject of a very public blast from Bruno Lage.

After the 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace, the manager had suggested that Hoever’s preparation had not been suitable. Hoever had to go off midway through the first-half with a hamstring injury.

He has not featured for the first-team since then, and his future has been in doubt since.

Lage did say that he would get another chance with him.

But it’s possible Hoever could now leave before that happens.

Supposedly PSV are keen to sign the youngster. And Wolves are ready to receive a proposal from the Dutch giants. Ajax were also recently linked.

Ajax are Hoever’s former club, with Liverpool signing him from them in 2018.

Hoever needs a fresh start, as Wolves await proposal

Hoever could really do with leaving Molineux this summer.

It will be interesting to see if it’s a loan or a permanent bid. It was reported previously that a loan would be more likely.

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The £40,000-a-week starlet hasn’t had a great deal of football for Wolves since joining the club. Perhaps the best move would be to negotiate a loan.

He could go away and really get things back on track at another club. And then Wolves can perhaps have him back ready to succeed Semedo, who is out of contract next summer.

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