After an exciting first year back in the Premier League, this season is proving to be a little tougher for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

With Europa League football to contend with, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have been struggling and managed just two wins from 11 in the league so far.

They may look to rectify the situation with additions in the January transfer window, and one man they’ve been linked to is Dejan Kulusevski.

The Swedish talent is earning rave reviews for his performances this season, and several reports have suggested that Wolves are keen.

The latest are FC Inter News, who say that Wolves are one of several clubs, including Inter Milan, Juventus and Arsenal, who are tracking the Atalanta midfielder.

They believe an ‘auction’ for the 19-year-old, who is currently on loan at Parma, is around the corner and he will have a base price of €25m. That sum is ‘destined to rise’ in the summer.

That is when Atalanta would prefer to sell him as they believe they can get a better price then, suggesting Wolves may be frustrated in any attempts to move in January.