Jesús Vallejo joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on a loan deal from Real Madrid in the last summer window, with a hope of featuring regularly for Wolves this season.
However, things haven’t worked out well for the centre-back as he’s featured only six times in all competitions for Nuno Espírito Santo’s side.
On December 30th, AS reported Madrid ‘have called Wolves’ as they’re ‘concerned’ with the 22-year-old’s lack of opportunities in the first half of this season.
A day later, Marca explained VfL Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt are interested in taking the player in the winter market.
Sport Buzzer interviewed Wolfsburg managing director Jörg Schmadtke and when asked about the claims made by Marca, he didn’t deny it.
“We have a lot of people who like watching football, we watch a lot of things… Something will happen to us in a manageable degree. It depends on how the financial side is structured,” Schmadtke said.
Sport Buzzer also reports Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg are interested in Vallejo, but the latter are concerned why things haven’t worked out well for him at Wolves.
Kicker reported on Friday afternoon that Vallejo would need to take a pay cut to join Wolfsburg.