Another day of the transfer window, another same player once again linked to Wolverhampton because of Jorge Mendes.

After Amadou Diawara on Sunday and Monday, it’s André Silva’s turn to be sent to Molineux, as Gazzetta dello Sport explain Milan will be looking for €30m for the Portuguese striker.

Sent to Sevilla on loan last season, the former Porto starlet started his campaign in incredible form, only to then struggle to find the back of the net for the following seven months, eventually falling out with his manager to such an extent he had to clarify he wasn’t faking an injury.

Now back at Milan (or will be officially on June 30th), the 23-year-old is ‘destined to be sold’ as both Patrick Cutrone and Krzysztok Piatek stand in his way.

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Gazzetta remind everyone the forward ‘has been associated’ with Wolverhampton ‘more than once’, and Nuno Espirito Santo’s side remain in ‘pole position’ to acquire the forward’s services ‘to this day’.

Honestly, this truly is a ‘we’ll believe it when we see it’ story due to how often these stories pop up without anything ever happening.

The issue is that if we don’t cover them and tell you exactly what’s being said, someone else will pick it up and make it a far bigger deal than it actually is, as has been done many times before.

Ruben Neves’ great form at Wolverhampton hasn’t helped this story either, as it appears there’s a belief Santo can do a similar job with André Silva i.e. getting the best out of one of his former Porto pupils.