Shoya Nakajima continues to be a big story in the Portuguese media, with Porto now pulled into the chase for the Portimonense player.

Wolves were said to be very close to signing the winger in early December for a fee in the region of €20m. Portimonense spoke about the possible transfer publicly, saying a move to the Premier League club was already 80% done.

Things have been stalled since, with no agreement found on price.

On Christmas Eve it was reported in Portugal that Wolves had gone ‘cool’ on the chase because of Nakajima being called up to the Japan squad for the Asian Cup, therefore being unavailable for much of January.

That didn’t make a great deal of sense. Wolves will have known about the situation prior to firming up any interest and certainly before making an offer.

Today’s edition of A Bola say Nakajima is still ‘very close’ to signing for Wolves, but that Porto are now also interested.

The club’s first priority is to get Yacine Brahimi to extend his contract but should that not be possible, then there’s a consideration they could replace him with the Wolves target.