It’s been a busy week so far for Wolves in the Portuguese media.
First there were claims the club have almost sealed a deal to sign Shoya Nakajima from Portimonense.
Then the newspapers in the country celebrated the win over Chelsea, having become slightly worried by Nuno Espirito Santo’s team having something of a slump.
And then Portimonense’s chairman spoke publicly about the Nakajima deal and said the Japan international is 80% a Wolves player, confirming there’s attempts being made to get a deal done.
Friday’s edition of A Bola brings something new: Diogo Queiros.
The 19 year old Porto defender is currently playing for his club’s B team. He captained Portugal’s side to winning the European U19 Championship earlier this year, and Bournemouth tried to sign him during the summer but couldn’t quite pull it off.
Wolves are looking to succeed where Bournemouth failed, and A Bola says the Premier League club are ‘openly willing to pay £10m’ for a January transfer. They believe that converts to €12m, which suggests we should all get A Bola to exchange our holiday money.
A Bola believe a deal is possible, and say Wolves think they can get their target.
Queiros is a right footed central defender, who very much plays on the right side of a pair.