UD Almería narrowly missed out on a climbing up to La Liga after losing to Girona in last season’s play-offs.

Despite the disappointment, some of their players have caught the attention of other clubs. This includes Samuel Costa and he has ended up in the sights of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

That’s according to AS on Tuesday, who add that Wolves are ‘one of the clubs that have shown the greatest interest’ in the 20-year-old.

Samú joined the second division Spanish club on loan from Braga last summer and his stay has already been made permanent.

Operating mainly as a defensive midfielder, he finished the previous campaign with two goals and an assist in 35 league matches for Almería.

AS explain the Segunda División side will ‘refuse to sell’ the Portuguese player, Sergio Akieme and Umar Sadiq, unless their financial demands are met.

Unlike Sadiq, the continuity of the other two players is ‘not so far-fetched’.

Having invested in excess of €5m on Samú’, Almería value the midfielder at €25m. It remains to be seen whether or not Wolves are ready to meet the valuation set by Almería.