Wolverhampton Wanderers may have kept their impressive Premier League campaign going with a victory against Watford on Saturday afternoon, however, Nuno Espirito Santo is still going to need strengthen his squad.
And, it would seem the Molineux outfit are going to try and strike lucky at the second time of asking with one of their rumoured transfer targets.
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According to a report by SportsworldGhana, Wolves have joined the race for CSKA Sofia’s Edwin Gyasi.
The Premier League outfit are claimed to be in discussions with the Bulgarian outfit about a move for the Ghana international, although Besiktas are also thought to be talking about terms, whilst VfB Stuttgart and Hannover 96 are both interested.
Wolves are believed to have tried to sign the winger in January, however, they could not come to an agreement about a transfer fee.
Gyasi has been impressive for CSKA Sofia this season and it seems Wolves have not forgotten about the African’s talents going forward.
A pacy and skillful winger, who can also play as a secondary striker, the 27-year-old has managed to bag himself four goals in his 25 appearances for the Bulgarian outfit, which have seen his performances earn a place in the Ghana national team, just in time for the Africa Cup of Nations tournament this summer.
Wolves could benefit from having Gyasi in their side as their flanks have been a problem at times this season.
The winger is able to play on either flank, which will help Nuno have more depth and choice to choose from, especially on the right-hand side as it has proved to be a problem area at times with the likes of Adama Traore and Ivan Cavaleiro struggling to make an impact.
However, with a number of clubs thought to be interested in the Ghanaian’s services, Wolves could have a huge battle on their hands in trying to land him this summer.
Wolves fans, do you think the club can finally bring Gyasi to the club at the second attempt? Do you think he would benefit the squad positively? Join in with the discussion below by sharing your thoughts with us.
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