Over the past few days, there has been an influx of information in Turkey about Wolverhampton Wanderers being interested in Victor Nelsson.

Things were said to be moving quickly, as it was revealed late last week that the Denmark international’s agent had travelled to England to hold some talks and reached an agreement with Wolves.

Not only that, but Nelsson himself had approved the move, which shouldn’t be too difficult to pull off if Sabah in Turkey on Tuesday are to be believed.

The newspaper have a short article about the centre-back’s situation, pointing out that Galatasaray want him gone if possible, seeing as he is now fourth in the pecking order, and are now ‘ready to accept a €10m transfer fee’ for their player.

That will be a huge boost for Wolves, who might have previously thought they would have to trigger his €25m release clause to get a deal done in the next transfer window.

In fact, Nelsson is ‘planning to leave in January’, and it seems that if no one else comes forward, he would be happy to move to Molineux for the rest of the season and beyond to get his career back on track after falling out of favour in Turkey.