Wolves have apparently been joined in the hunt for Swiss international striker Haris Seferovic.
According to O Jogo, West Ham and Everton are now expressing an interest in the Benfica hitman.
West Ham sold Sebastien Haller in January and didn’t replace him. That means they’re relying on Michail Antonio to lead their line.
His injury record means that’s not the best idea and it’s no surprise they’re in the hunt for a new striker this summer.
Everton could do with some competition for Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Rafa Benitez will be looking to reshape his squad this summer.
It was reported last week that Wolves are keen on Seferovic.
He scored 26 goals in all competitions last season for Benfica, and then followed that up with three at Euro 2020.
That included a double as Switzerland stunned France and knocked them out in the last 16.
Seferovic a wanted man
Seferovic may well be the subject of quite some speculation this summer.
His season for Benfica was impressive and the report claims they are open for a sale at the right price.
Wolves have a fight on their hands if they are to land him.
That said, Bruno Lage has worked with him before at Benfica and that could tip the balance if he really is keen to make the deal happen.
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