It seems that Wolves won’t be forgotten in Portugal anytime soon. Let it be with results or transfer rumours, there’s been a lot of room for the club in the Lisbon papers recently.

Today’s there’s a very unusual story, and that’s about Boavista FC. As A Bola writes an article previewing the club’s next game against Sporting, there’s also some curious information on the expectations for the next transfer windows.

It’s claimed that Boavista’s good campaign has been attracting eyes from many international emissaries, who are constantly watching the young talents at the club.

These clubs are named as Marseille, Lyon, Eibar and Wolves, all doing constant scouting work at the Estádio da Bessa.

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A Bola lists a few of the players who have been impressing, and those are the left-back João Talocha, defenders Raphael Rossi and Stéphane Sparagna, and midfielders Idris Mandiang and Rochinha.

It’s not said which club is interested in which player, as the newspaper only makes it clear that these sides have been watching, and those named have been excelling.

Wolves could easily snap up players from Boavista for a cheap price, so it’s interesting that the club is not only focused on taking stars from clubs like Benfica and Porto.

With Boavista now expecting approaches in January and next summer, let’s see if Wolves will really make move for these less fancy guys.