Wolverhampton Wanderers are unlikely to define Leo Bonatini’s situation at the club before the end of the season, Sport Witness has learned.
Currently loaned from Al-Hilal Riyadh, the striker has the chance to become a permanent signing for the Wolves, if the Championship side use the €5m buying clause they have.
But despite his great start for the club, having scored 12 goals and made six assists before Christmas, Wolves will use all the time they have before taking any decision.
The club have until June 30th to make their mind up.
Bonatini still has a starting spot in Nuno Espírito Santo’s side, even though he’s been struggling to find the goalscoring form he had shown earlier in the season.
Due to the quick impact he had in the club’s incredible campaign, there’s some good confidence from the Bonatini camp that the decision will be positive, and that he will be a Wolves player by July.