Wolves were linked with Juventus owned Rogerio over the weekend and the story has carried on from there.

Other Premier League sides, including Arsenal and Newcastle United, have also been pulled into the claims, but it’s Wolves who have been pushed most.

On Wednesday we covered a story from Tuttosport which brought Chelsea into the equation, they explained Wolves would try to use their relationship with Jorge Mendes to push ahead of the competition.

Mendes doesn’t represent the fullback,  despite that it’s thought his good relationship with Juventus could help.

On Thursday afternoon, TMW say Wolves have now made a €18m offer for the player. They explain that’s according to their own information, and the offer will be evaluated by Juventus in the coming days.

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Rogerio is on loan at Sassuolo for the season and unless Juve have a callback option they’d need the club’s permission to sell.

A summer move may be likelier, with Wolves having to replace Jonny Castro.