Wolves are reportedly showing interest in Barcelona youngster Abde Ezzalzouli.
SPORT have reported today that several Premier League clubs have expressed that they are keen in the Morocco international.
Abde has been on loan with Osasuna this season, and recently made headlines for scoring the goal that helped the club into the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey.
In extra-time, the starlet was played in on goal and brilliantly flicked the ball inside to beat a defender, before finishing smartly at the near post.
It is claimed that Wolves are really keen on Abde.
But sadly for Wanderers, Barcelona are looking to make him a part of their first-team squad next season.
They have been impressed with him, and are already looking towards getting him back for pre-season ahead of 2023/24.
It’s possible that Wolves are keen on Abde, 21, due to the situation with Adama Traore.
The star is out of contract in the summer, and could potentially be leaving as a free agent.
Julen Lopetegui would like him to extend his contract. But it might just be that he wants a change of scenery having been with Wolves since 2018.
Hwang Hee-chan has also been linked with a couple of clubs since the start of this season.
Leeds United have reportedly been keen, as have Borussia Monchengladbach over in the Bundesliga.
Wolves were actually first linked with Abde – who is an international teammate of Romain Saiss – last year.
There is potentially a deal to be done for Wolves with Barcelona over Abde
It is stated that Barca are keen to get the player back in their squad for next season.
But there is a chance for Wolves to do business here over Abde, who is said to have ‘electric dribbling’ (Football Espana).
Wolves have done a few deals with the Spanish giants now in the past couple of years. Nelson Semedo came from them, followed by Francisco Trincao on loan.
Wolves then loaned Traore to Barca one year ago.
Seemingly there’s a good relationship there. And Barca have long been linked with a move for Ruben Neves. Perhaps Wolves could look into getting Abde as part of any deal there.