Wolverhampton Wanderers were dominant in the second half at Wembley Stadium earlier on today as they secured all three points against Tottenham Hotspur.
The Midlands club will be pleased with their current position in what is their first season back in the Premier League, but they will be looking to dip into the transfer market in January.
Although, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side did suffer a big setback on the transfer front recently, as according to A Bola (via Birmingham Live), Porto are looking to tie up a deal for Shoya Nakajima.
It was previously reported that Wolves were in the final stages of negotiations over a deal for Shoya Nakajima, but things have taken a drastic turn.
Indeed, it’s now thought that Portuguese giants FC Porto are looking to tie up a deal once the window re-opens.
Yacine Brahimi is about to enter the final six months of his contract and is likely to leave, so Porto have identified the Japanese international as his replacement.
Shoya Nakajima has established himself as a star both on the international stage and at current club Portimonense, with five goals and six assists to his name at this moment in time.
The Midlands side could do with bringing in an attacker that has the ability to produce a consistent flow of goals, as the likes of Adama Traore and Helder Costa have struggled.
So, FC Porto’s interest in the winger comes as a big blow for Wolves as they have the pulling power of Champions League football and silverware.
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