Portuguese newspaper A Bola continues to state that Wolverhampton Wanderers are chasing Benfica youngster Gedson Fernandes.
Back at the last weekend, the outlet already had a story saying Wolves have been scouting the 20-year-old and could make a move in the summer.
Now as A Bola talks today about Benfica’s possible sales in the next window, they once again report that Gedson is attracting some market attention from abroad.
The newspaper says Wolves are thinking of signing Gedson to replace Ruben Neves, who’s been much followed by Manchester City lately.
A Bola recalls that Gedson started the season really well, being a starter under Rui Vitória, but has lost his place since the arrival of manager Bruno Lage.
The outlet doesn’t report any moves from Wolves so far, so in case things really happen, it looks like a bid would only be made in the summer.
In the first report it was claimed Benfica want at least €40m for the player. This time, the price isn’t mentioned, except for his release clause, which is €120m.