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Tricky World Cup winger would be a solid January addition for Wolves

Tricky World Cup winger would be a solid January addition for Wolves

Wolves continue to impress in the Premier League and got another win this weekend, sneaking a 1-o home win over Burnley in what was a dominant showing.

Nuno Santo’s men are full of energy and intense attacking play, but in order to maintain that sort of play, the January window might prove to be a big one in terms of who the club looks to bring in the strengthen their ranks further.

One such player who could well fit into Wolves’ style and attitude to the game is Argentina winger Cristian Pavon, who put in some decent displays for his country this summer despite a poor tournament on the whole for the South Americans.

The tricky forward would no doubt relish a move to the English game from Boca Juniors, and at just 22-years-old, he has plenty of time to develop into a quality player in the Premier League.

Wolves are always on the lookout for big signings and players who others might not necessarily think of going for, and Pavon is the sort of player who fits into the mould and profile.

A quick winger, something Wolves already have in abundance, might not be the first thing that comes to mind when Wolves fans think of potential signings, but Pavon is a class act, and could definitely aid Santo and his charges through the busy winter months in England.

Wolves fans, what do you think? Good signing? Let us know in the comments!

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