Wolverhampton Wanderers have become the latest club to join the chase for River Plate’s Enzo Fernández, and have joined AC Milan and Benfica in keeping tabs on the 21-year-old.

That’s according to Sky Italia, who state that Lille’s Renato Sanches remains the priority midfield target for the Serie A winners.

Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in the Portugal international and if they were to beat the Rossoneri to his signature, the latter will look elsewhere in the market for a new midfielder.

Stefano Pioli’s side could then look at Fernández, for whom Milan chief scout Geoffrey Moncada travelled to South America and met his agent. The Argentina international has a €20m release clause and is waiting for a signal from the San Siro club.

For now, Milan are only monitoring the player’s situation, and they are joined by Wolves and Benfica.

Meanwhile, Argentine journalist César Luis Merlo took to Twitter to explain Lage’s side have entered the bidding for the River Plate player.

He further adds an official from Wolves is expected to arrive in Argentina on Tuesday to ‘try to sign’ Fernández. Apart from the Premier League side, Benfica are also sending an emissary this week for the South American.

César Luis Merlo explains a potential move, either this summer or in the next window, will depend on the offers Fernández receives.