Wolves have been superb on their return to the Premier League this season, with Nuno Santo’s men right in the thick of the action in the top half of the table.
The Molineux club have adapted to life back in the top flight with ease, and some shrewd signings and good coaching from Santo have ensured there has been no danger of an immediate drop back into the Championship.
The club will once again look to add new players in the summer you would assume, and with Marca reporting this weekend that Real Madrid man Brahim Diaz could be sent out on loan, we here in the Tavern feel he’d be a brilliant signing for Wolves.
The 19-year-old has settled in nicely in Madrid but with manager Zinedine Zidane tasked with overseeing a summer overhaul at the Bernabeu, he will want players who are already ready for full first team action, meaning Diaz might not see much game time.
However, he would be a good signing for Wolves, who play with an expansive and open style which would suit the former Manchester City ace.
Diaz’s ability to break down tight defences and play in small areas is something which will appeal to Santo and his coaching staff, and while he does have plenty to prove, there is definitely a top talent in there with Diaz.
Wolves need to keep strengthening to ensure they keep the momentum going, and signing someone like Diaz on a short-term deal could be a shrewd move for the club.
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