Earlier this week, we covered a claim from Turkey that Wolverhampton Wanderers had started taking an interest in Victor Nelsson.

The Galatasaray defender already wanted to leave in the summer, with big clubs after him, but no one was ready to trigger his release clause, which is what the Turkish side wanted.

Clearly unhappy about his situation in Istanbul, the Denmark international has fallen out of favour at his club, and his manager isn’t overly happy with the new Wolves target if Takvim are to be believed.

Because of injuries, Okan Buruk wanted to start Nelsson in the game against Manchester United and prepared everything for that to happen in their final training session.

However, the manager was ‘uncomfortable with his behaviour’ and took him out of his plans, letting him sit on the bench for the vast majority of the fixture.

He eventually brought him on in the 83rd minute, but it’s quite apparent that Nelsson isn’t in Galatasaray’s major plans going forward, and that’s why they are ‘expected to evaluate the transfer offers for Nelsson’ in the January transfer window.

That is great news for Wolves, who seem to believe they can bring the defender back to his best at Molineux, meaning the door is wide open for them to make their move.