Wolverhampton Wanderers are once again interested in signing of Carlos Vinícius, according to claims from the Portuguese media.

TVI24 journalist Rui Pedro Braz reports that following their attempts to get the striker last year, Wolves are once again attentive to his situation.

Carlos Vinícius belongs to Benfica and is having a loan spell at Tottenham Hotspur until the end of the season. Even though Spurs have a buying option of €40m, they’re not expected to trigger it.

That gives Wolves a new chance to get the player, especially because Benfica are now willing to negotiate, and he’d like to stay in the Premier League to prove himself.

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Rui Pedro Braz recalls that Wolves first tried to sign Carlos Vinícius for €60m in January 2020. Benfica turned them down, and six months later, after the start of the pandemic crisis, they tried again with €45m. With the second denial, they went for the signing of Fabio Silva in the same summer.

Now they’re chasing the Brazilian once again, and this time, the Eagles would accept between €25m and €30m for his sale.

In his season for Tottenham, Carlos Vinícius has 10 goals and three assists in 22 appearances so far.