Wolves have reportedly made an offer for Real Madrid full-back Dani Carvajal, that would see him join the club in the summer.
According to Defensa Central, Julen Lopetegui wants to sign the 31-year-old ahead of the 2023/24 season. This would be on the basis that the club is still in the Premier League.
Carvajal has supposedly always liked the idea of playing in the English top-flight.
It is mentioned that Wolves’ growing Spanish contingent could be something that convinces him to come.
It is stated that he has an excellent relationship with Pablo Sarabia, who signed for Wolves earlier this month from Paris Saint-Germain. The pair crossed paths years ago in the youth ranks at Real.
Carvajal is playing his 10th season at the Bernabeu, and it’s possible he could be moved on in the summer.
Carvajal has had a highly successful stint with the Spanish heavyweights.
After coming back to the club from Bayer Leverkusen in 2013, Carvajal has won three La Liga titles, and five Champions Leagues. He has also won one Copa del Rey, three Supercopa de Espana, four Super Cups and four Club World Cups.
He’s racked up 351 appearances for the club, and has been a top player and wonderful servant.
Lopetegui, of course, knows the player from his brief time as head coach at the Bernabeu.
Dani Carvajal could make for a big addition to Wolves’ dressing room
Carvajal coming to Molineux would be quite the story.
The star has been an amazing full-back for Real over the years, undoubtedly one of the best around.
He’s probably now past his prime. But Managing Madrid did do a feature on him only a couple of months ago to suggest he is still playing at a high level. They actually said Caravajal was in ‘extraordinary form’ in the first half of the season.
His injury record is not the greatest. He’s picked up quite a few muscular injuries in particular throughout his career. But he’s stayed fit throughout 2022/23 so far.
Potentially he could be a good addition to Wolves’ squad.
He is vastly experienced and has won many titles. If it’s true Wolves have made an offer, then hopefully the club will stave off relegation and conclude this deal in the summer.