Among the transfer business that Benfica will need to sort out in the summer, there’s the situation of Carlos Vinícius.
The striker spent a season at Tottenham Hotspur, where he’s scored ten goals in 22 appearances so far, and with Spurs not triggering their buying clause, he should soon be back in Lisbon.
Now as Benfica think of what to do with him, Wolverhampton Wanderers could come up as a solution, according to a story from newspaper Record at the weekend.
The outlet writes that Wolves are currently preparing to ‘put an offer on the table’ and get the 26-year-old in the summer window.
It’s said Benfica know they’ll hardly get the €40m which had been set in Tottenham’s buying clause. Still, Wolves could find a pleasant deal with the Eagles.
Record points out the Lisbon side are interested in Ruben Vinagre, who belongs to Wolverhampton and is currently having a loan spell at Famalicão. So that could be a way to make both sides happy.
It’s also claimed that Carlos Vinícius now draws interest from Roma, following José Mourinho’s arrival at the club this summer.