Opinion

Wolves should make a swoop for this £10m-rated World Cup strike ace

Wolves made a storming return to Premier League football last season as they romped to success in the Championship under manager Nuno Santo.

The Molineux outfit are hoping to become a top flight force following that promotion, and will be keen to add plenty of new players this summer as they seek to cement themselves as a key player in and among the top flight giants.

Money will not be a problem for the big spending Midlanders, and manager Santo will no doubt have a keen eye on some potential signings already.

Indeed, our landlord her in the Tavern thinks that the spending will soon begin for Wolves, and one player he thinks would be a good addition is Icelandic World Cup star Alfred Finnbogason, who has seriously impressed for the World Cup newcomers this summer.

Finbogason has gotten himself on the scoresheet, and despite seeing his county crash out in the groups, his performances were impressive to say the least.

12 goals last season for German club Augsburg should also not go unnoticed, and valued at only £10m by Transfermarkt, he could well be a superb addition for the Molineux club.

Wolves have a history of signing Scandinavian players, and Finnbogason could well be the next in line to join that tradition.

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

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