Wolves are reportedly interested in making a move for Rangers winger Ryan Kent this summer as Bruno Lage looks to strengthen his squad.
The Lowdown: Kent shines for Rangers
The 25-year-old has been one of the Gers’ star players in recent years, providing endless quality from what is invariably a left-sided attacking role.
It may be that the former Liverpool winger feels that a new challenge is required this summer, and a return to England could be on the cards.
The Latest: Wolves eye up move
Leeds United are seen as the front-runners to sign him, though, with Everton and Fulham also mentioned in the report.
The Verdict: Is he good enough?
While Kent has clearly shone in Scotland, the one concern over Wolves signing him is whether or not the step up to the Premier League is too great for him.
He probably wouldn’t come in as a regular starter if he joined the Old Gold, with Pedro Neto arguably a higher calibre of player, but he could be a strong squad option off the substitutes’ bench.
Kent’s direct running and end product could be a nightmare for tiring legs in games and it is this depth that Wolves need if they are to go up another gear this season. Signing him would therefore be shrewd business, as long as Wanderers don’t pay over the odds.
In other news, Wolves are the front-runners to sign one player this summer. Find out who it is here.
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