Amid all the ridiculous rumours sending half of Gestifute (Jorge Mendes’ company) to Molineux, we’ve got a story that makes a lot more sense for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Championship club, currently comfortably sitting top of the league, are allegedly trying to improve their strike force, as France Football explain they’re interested in PAOK’s Aleksandar Prijovic.
The 27-year-old only arrived in Greece last year, but his early season form (12 goals in 21 appearances) has caused a number of clubs to be interested in him, including Wolves.
The French magazine explain Nuno and co. have joined Rennes in the race to sign the Serbia international, who picked up his first cap for the national team back in June after previously playing for Switzerland (his country of birth) at youth level.
The Ligue 1 side have already put forward an offer said to be in between €2.5m-3m, which isn’t expected to be accepted, as the Greeks, who are willing to sell, want around €5m for their star forward.
A lot more reasonable than the ridiculous £42m Andre Silva to Molineux story, right?
It’s almost like Wolves aren’t immune to FFP.