After many refusals, it seems that Amadou Diawara could still end up at Wolverhampton Wanderers this season.

Covering the Italian media, it was made very clear that the Guinean wasn’t overly thrilled at the prospect of joining Wolves, but Tiago Pinto, AS Roma’s general director, still underwent some talks with the Premier League side regarding a possible transfer during his stay in England.

Both Corriere dello Sport and Il Tempo have bits of information on the story, with the former reporting the player ‘is in talks with Wolverhampton for a permanent departure’.

In their eyes, Roma ‘would collect €12m’, which would ‘equal the outlay made to buy Rui Patricio a month ago’.

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However, ‘now it’s up to Diawara to accept the offer’, which is what Il Tempo hint at as well.

The local newspaper state Tiago Pinto ‘has worked the agreement with Wolverhampton’ for the defensive midfielder, with their belief being the Premier League side have played between €13-15m on the table.

That being said, the Guinea international is ‘still not convinced’ about the move.

Come on, Bruno Lage. Work your magic…