Spanish goalkeeper Alvaro Valles ‘magnificent season’ for UD Las Palmas can take him to England this summer, and his agent knows it, with Wolverhampton Wanderers already in contact this month.

That’s according to Marca, who say there is likely to be a flight of talent away from the club this summer and Valles is one of those who may go.

They explain that Valles is set to enter the final year of his contract and so a decision needs to be made about his future.

The club have tried to extend his contract, but the player’s representatives have rejected those approaches as they know there are plenty of suitors, particularly in England.

The club already received a big offer from Nottingham Forest in January, which was rejected, while Wolves made contact about a possible transfer earlier this month.

The player and his agents know this, aware that his ‘magnificent season’ has not gone unnoticed and the chance of a big move to the Premier League, with the prospect of a big pay day to boot, is high.

Thus, they’ve been holding Las Palmas at arm’s length, preparing for a summer in which they expect bids to arrive.

One of them could be from Wolves, who’ve reportedly already made contact.