Wolverhampton Wanderers may have had an excellent campaign so far, but they could do with making a couple of improvements in the summer to help them maintain their status within the Premier League, if not, build on it next season.
Nuno Espirito Santo has managed to get a number of quality players through the door at Molineux through the help of Jorge Mendes, and it would appear he could try and bring another of the agent’s players to the club.
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According to a report by Tuttomercatoweb, Southampton’s Cedric Soares is considered to be a target for Wolves.
The defender’s future appears to be a little unclear at the moment, with the Saints and Inter Milan (where he is out on loan) not seeming convinced with the 27-year-old’s contributions.
It is hardly surprising to hear another one of Mendes’ clients been linked with a move to Wolves. The club already have a number of the super agent’s players on their books and, to be honest, the majority of them have worked out exceptionally well for Nuno’s side, for example, Ruben Neves and Rui Patricio.
Despite not being wanted at Southampton, Cedric could still be an excellent addition for the Premier League outfit as he has plenty of experience of playing in England’s top tier, as well as in European competition.
Matt Doherty has been excellent for Wolves throughout the campaign, however, the Portugal international would bring some attacking flair to the flanks and would be able to get forward on a number of attacks, providing Nuno’s side with some additional options and threat going into the final third of the pitch.
With both Southampton and Inter Milan seemingly unconvinced on the 27-year-old, a move to Molineux for Cedric could be a real possibility this summer.
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