In the winter market, Southampton allowed Cedric Soares to join Inter Milan on loan for €500,000 and as a part of the deal, the Nerrazzurri have the option to make the transfer permanent in the summer for €11.5m.
Since moving on a temporary deal to Italy, the right-back has made eight appearances in all competitions, which includes five starts. In the league, he has been restricted to less than 200 minutes across three appearances.
He could soon be moving again, with Wolves as option.
According to Tutto Mercato Web, the 27-year-old’s performances haven’t convinced Inter to take up the option to make the the Portugal international’s transfer permanent in the summer.
It’s stated that Cedric’s representative Jorge Mendes is ‘at work’ and has already probed possible destinations for his compatriot.
TWM claims the Saints player has a market in England, ‘especially’ at Wolves, where Mendes has taken several of his clients.
A move to Wolves doesn’t seem like the craziest idea.