A few days ago Gazzetta dello Sport reported an offer of some kind from Wolves to sign Andrea Pinamonti, a few days after claiming the Championship side are keen.

In their Sunday edition the Italian newspaper reiterate interest from Wolves in the Inter Milan youngster, and explain there’s huge competition for his signature.

Wolves are said to be up against Cagliari, Sassuolo, Bologna, Chievo, Hellas, Crotone and Udinese.

On top of that there’s two clubs in Spain keen to sign the 18 year old forward.

The clubs outside of Italy want a permanent transfer, explain Gazzetta, whereas a loan with a right of redemption would be what the Italian clubs want.

Inter would prefer a dry loan without a purchase option and would be willing to see the youngster go out for 18 months.

It’s also stated that Juventus are watching the situation ‘with great attention’, but there’s no explanation what type of deal the Turin club are considering.

Despite the earlier claims of an offer, this very much looks like a tentative approach from Wolves, especially after the purchase of Rafa Mir.