Wolverhampton Wanderers signed Donovan Wilson from Bristol Rovers initially on loan and then made his transfer permanent in 2015.

The forward has been restricted to appearances in the cup competitions and has been away on loan since January 2018.

He spent the first half of last season on loan at third division Spanish club FC Jumilla, where he scored six goals in 16 appearances before spending the next half of the season at Exeter City.

The attacker has returned to Molineux Stadium and with a year left on his contract, it is most likely that he will be leaving the club in the summer transfer window.

AS now claims third Division Spanish club FC Cartagena are interested in signing Wilson on a permanent transfer, with Wolves wanting to retain a percentage from the player’s future sale. 

Cartagena general manager Manolo Sánchez Breis has also confirmed his side’s interest in the 22-year-old.

“Donovan is a very interesting, young footballer and we want to sign him, but there are also other clubs. We offer him an interesting project, so he can develop his game,” Manolo Sánchez Breis said.

Time should tell if Wilson will be convinced to join Cartagena or not.