Wolverhampton Wanderers will have surprised a number of onlookers with some of their results and performances on the pitch this season, whilst others will have been shocked with some of the players they managed to bring to Molineux.
However, it appears that one man that has been rumoured to be a potential target of Nuno Espirito Santo’s this summer is not currently on their radar.
What’s the News?
According to a report by The Express and Star, there is no truth to claims that have been made in the past linking Wolves with a move for Joao Felix.
The Benfica wonderkid has been attracting plenty of interest with his performances on the pitch this season, however, it seems the £100million-rated teenager is not a person on Wolves’ radar.
Nothing should really come as a surprise when Wolves are involved as they have managed to show over the last couple of seasons that they have the resources and the power to bring a number of quality players to the club – just look at the likes of Ruben Neves, Rui Patricio and Raul Jimenez as a few examples.
However, a move for Felix could have been too ambitious even for Nuno’s side when you take into account the profile of other clubs that are allegedly interested in the wonderkid – with the likes of Manchester United and Juventus being linked (The Daily Mail).
There is no doubt that the 19-year-old would bring even more quality to the side with his attacking ability, as he is extremely versatile and is a very technical player that has bundles of creativity, which is something Wolves have lacked at times this season.
Felix also possesses plenty of pace and could complement Adama Traore by playing on the opposite flank to him, creating an extremely dangerous and speedy wing combination that would scare almost every single Premier League defence.
However, as stated, it appears as though that is something that is unlikely to become a reality and something fans at Molineux will only be able to dream about for the time being.
Wolves fans, do you believe the club should look to try and bring Felix to Molineux in the summer? Or do you think you’re better off looking at other options instead of trying to compete with some of Europe’s biggest clubs? Join in with the discussion below by sharing your thoughts with us.