Wolverhampton Wanderers are continuously moving on the transfer market, whether it be for the present or the future.

While there have been claims they could sign Daniel Podence from Olympiakos, which would be for the first-team, they are also focusing on a deal that could see them bolster their reserves for a bit.

According to Foot Mercato in France, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have turned their attention towards Enzo Loiodice, currently contracted to Dijon in Ligue 1.

The young midfielder hasn’t played all that much this season, and Wolves are keen to save him from his misery by reportedly putting forward an offer of a loan with a view to buy to bring the 19-year-old to Molineux.

Foot Mercato explain the deal would see Loiodice play for the reserves at first, but before that happens, the offer needs to be accepted.

As things stand, however, Dijon would prefer a full transfer rather than a loan, and have yet to say yes to Wolverhampton’s offer.