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Wolves spotted in the stands watching Jack Lahne

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Wolverhampton Wanderers have made a number of impressive signings this summer as they look to compete in the Premier League this season.

Having already started well in the top-flight, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have hit a blip recently, suffering two consecutive defeats and finding it difficult to find the back of the net on a consistent basis.

The Molineux outfit will likely head into the January transfer window this winter to try and rectify those problems and it appears that one exciting prospect has caught their eyes.

According to a report by Expressen, the Premier League side have taken note of Jack Lahne, who has been performing well for IF Brommapojkarna this season.

Despite being just 17-years-old, he has already netted three times in his five starts for the Swedish outfit in the top division.

It is understood that Wolves are not the only side to have taken a keen interest in him, with Wolfsburg, Copenhagen, Lille, Cologne, Amiens and also Middlesborough having officials in attendance to watch Lahne in action.

Expressen claim that the teenager would cost clubs around SEK 15million (approximately £1.25m), which is not exactly breaking the bank for a side like the Premier League outfit.

The Verdict:

Lahne is definitely an exciting footballer at the moment and should his development continue, he could turn out to be one of Europe’s hottest talents in a few years.

Despite Wolves’ need for a new striker to help them start finding the back of the net and keep them in the Premier League, the teenager is not really what the club should be looking at for the time being.

However, that being said, he definitely appears to have a bright future in the game and for a fee of just over £1m now, it could well be worth making the investment in him now.

Wolves fans – thoughts?

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