Wolverhampton Wanderers are keeping an eye on Groningen youngster Tomáš Suslov as he continues to impress in the Netherlands.
That’s according to his agent, who has revealed the interest in the 18-year-old ahead of the summer transfer window.
Suslov joined Groningen from Tatran Presov Youth in 2018 and has worked his way up through the club’s youth ranks since that point.
This season has seen him establish himself as a regular in the first team, with 24 appearances in the Eredivisie to his name so far.
It’s an opportunity he’s taken with both hands, scoring twice and assisting five in what has been an impressive first season in senior football for him.
His form has seemingly not gone unnoticed, with Sport.sk saying that his agent, Richard Čech, ‘received information directly’ from scouts representing Wolves and Marseille.
Indeed, according to their information, the youngster is ‘very high’ on Wolves list of potential reinforcements.
The Premier League side aren’t the only ones who are keen, though, with Dutch giants Ajax also hinting at a possible move.
“Tomáš did not receive any specific offer, so we are not negotiating,” Čech, the owner of the Čech players agency, which represents Suslov, told the website.
“A month ago, after the Ajax-Groningen meeting (3:1), Ajax coaches came to see Tomáš. They congratulated him on his excellent performance and hinted at this: “We hope to see you soon.
“However, he is being watched by many more clubs. From October to March, about fifteen other agencies responded to us in a decent way, suggesting us cooperation regarding Tomáš’s next transfer.
“And I don’t even count how many official and unofficial intermediaries, including Slovak and Czech ones, contacted Tomáš directly.
“However, we have open relationships with him and his family, we know about all these people, and we will continue to approach them in the future.”