Having already reached an agreement with Victor Nelsson’s agent and been given the green light by the player himself, Wolverhampton Wanderers received even more good news on Tuesday.

The Molineux side were told that the Denmark international could go for as little as €10m in the January transfer window, since Galatasaray want rid of him and he wants to leave.

One of the issues, as always, was going to be his replacement in Turkey, but Fotomac on Wednesday suggest that the Süper Lig side have found their man, giving Wolves a transfer boost in the process.

It’s explained that Nelsson ‘wants to play regularly’ after falling out of favour, and Galatasaray ‘will evaluate offers’ for the centre-back during the January transfer window.

They, in turn, have started looking at ‘alternative names’, and have decided that Westerlo’s Emin Bayram, who started his career at the Istanbul club, has ‘shown the most consistent performance’.

Since they are ‘likely to sell’ Nelsson, they have determined that the 20-year-old would be the one to take over.

As for Wolves, they now just need to come forward with an offer for the Gary O’Neil target, and as long as it meets Galatasaray’s demands, they shouldn’t have too much trouble getting a deal over the line.