Wolverhampton Wanderers remain keen on Nélson Oliveira but are yet to match AEK Athens asking price.
Back on the 20th of this month, we covered a report from Greek Radio Sport that claimed Wolves were looking at the Portuguese striker, who joined from Norwich City in the summer.
That report stated that the player had a €7m release clause and that was the price that Wolves might have to pay to get a deal done.
Well, according to O Jogo, the price is €6m, but the Premier League side are yet to match it.
According to the newspaper, Wolves have made two proposals for Oliveira, with the second worth €4.5m.
That was rejected by AEK, though, as they are looking for €6m.
Oliveira’s release clause is €6.5m, not €7m, but the Greek side are willing to knock off €500,00 to get a deal done.
Wolves have targeted the striker as a replacement for Patrick Cutrone, who they’ve allowed to go back to Italy, but until they increase their bid by €1.5m, that isn’t going to happen.