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Introducing: Adrien Silva could be the answer to Wolves’ creativity concerns

Wolverhampton Wanderers have had a rather solid start to their first campaign back in the Premier League.

Nuno Espirito Santo has witnessed his side record some really impressive results across the first half of the season, picking up points against the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City.

However, there have been some concerns about the creativity that the squad has available to them and the number of chances they have created in the final third.

Wolves have only managed to net 19 times this season in the top-flight, which is one of the lowest in the division.

But, they could look to improve on that figure in the January transfer window if they were to make a move for another Portuguese talent.

Adrien Silva has certainly not enjoyed his time at Leicester City since joining the Foxes in a move that quickly turned into a farce.

The Portugal international joined the King Power Stadium outfit in August 2017, however, his transfer documents were received by FIFA 14 seconds after the deadline, keeping him ineligible until the following January.

Things have not improved for the 29-year-old though, as he has failed to have a real opportunity in Claude Puel’s side.

Record, via Sport Witness, are claiming Silva is reportedly set to leave Leicester, which is why Nuno should look to try and bring him to Molineux in the winter.

The former Sporting Lisbon man had shone for both his previous employer and his national side with his performances and has the ability to carve up play and also has a knack of being able to find the back of the net.

Linking him up with the likes of Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho in the middle of the field could be excellent for Wolves and Nuno’s season.

Wolves fans – thoughts?


Introducing: Adrien Silva could be the answer to Wolves’ creativity concerns
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