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Wolves: Wanderers could sign both Goncalo Ramos and Sasa Kalajdzic

Wolves: Wanderers could sign both Goncalo Ramos and Sasa Kalajdzic -Follow up

Wolves could sign Benfica striker Goncalo Ramos alongside the heavily reported Sasa Kalajdzic deal, reports Jacque Talbot.

The Lowdown: Kalajdzic move close

It was reported on Monday that Wanderers had agreed a £15.4million fee with Stuttgart over the signing of Kalajdzic as Bruno Lage bolsters his attack. On Tuesday, Fabrizio Romano then claimed the player is in England for a medical.

Wolves have been lacking quality in the final third so far this season and were far from prolific in 2021/22, with Kalajdzic expected to fix that with a deal ‘until June 2027 with option for a further season’, as per Romano.

It now looks as though their attacking spending may not be done, however, following a new update.

The Latest: Ramos double swoop

Speaking to Give Me Sport, Talbot claimed that Ramos could even follow Kalajdzic to Molineux given how badly the club need more firepower:

“So, I’d imagine it would be one of Kalajdzic and Ramos, but obviously, saying that, they’re very different players.

“Kalajdzic will cost about €20 million (£17m), and I think Ramos would be about €30 million (£25.6m), so maybe they can both come in. But it seems to be that the striking department is the priority.”

The Verdict: Get it done

To bring is not one but two talented attacking players could be a game-changer for Wolves this summer, giving them the firepower they have lacked for so long.

In Kalajdzic, Wanderers are getting someone who has scored 24 goals in 60 appearances for Stuttgart, while Ramos, labelled ‘perfect‘ for the Premier League by BBC pundit Andy Sixsmith, has 19 in 66 games for Benfica with five goals and four assists already this season.

The latter has a notable plus point in his durability too – while Kalajdzic missed much of last season, Ramos has missed a mere two games through injury in his entire career from a solitary issue.

The pair could forge a partnership together in attack, with Raul Jimenez relegated to more of a squad role given his loss of form since returning from injury, but Lage could even rotate them in and out, using all three of them in equal measure.

Either way, signing both Kalajdzic and Ramos would have the potential to transform Wolves’ attack from one of the weakest in the league to one of the strongest, especially with the likes of Ruben Neves and Matheus Nunes providing creativity from midfield.


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