Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘would offer’ Goncalo Guedes a move to the Premier League this summer if he’s put up for sale by Valencia as expected.
That’s according to Fichajes.com, who say Wolves will be interested if Valencia push ahead with their plans to get rid of the Portuguese forward.
They cover a report from Spanish newspaper AS, who say Valencia are ‘looking for a buyer’ for Guedes this summer.
It’s explained that Guedes has been having an ‘irregular season’ and, while he’s improved dramatically since March, he’s far from the player he once was.
That has seen the club’s idea to sell him in the summer grow, with those in charge hoping to ‘clean’ the squad and get a high price for the most expensive purchase in the club’s history.
It’s stated that they ‘think more about the offers’ that may come in for Guedes, which may be limited given they are trying to recover the €40m they paid for him.
That ‘reduces the possibilities of a sale’ at this moment in time, although his high ‘stock’ in Europe means there will be suitors.
The newspaper do not mention any at this moment in time, but that’s where Fichajes come in, stating that Wolves ‘would offer him accommodation’ in the Premier League.
They say that Guedes has ‘made his way into the future plans’ at the club, pointing out how their project is headed up by former Valencia coach Nuno Espírito Santo.
That is very much presented as something that could convince Guedes into the move, although interestingly, there’s no mention of Jorge Mendes.
He represents Guedes via Gestifute and, as you’ll know, has a massive input at Wolves, so would undoubtedly be involved here if there is anything going on.
As of yet, it appears Wolves have not made their move, but the interest is there, and this could be one to keep an eye on in the coming weeks and months.