Plenty of top flight clubs will be interested in securing the attacker’s services as, despite his injury hit recent record, Antonio has played himself into the England squad in the past.
The 28-year-old, who is valued at £13.5 million by Transfermarkt, could certainly still have a big impact if he joins a side that suits his qualities.
Newly-promoted Wolves could well be the ideal destination for Antonio.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side play fast, expansive, attacking football that relies on slick passing and direct movement. Nuno appears set upon maintaining that system in the Premier League and it is a playing identify that would suit Antonio’s skill set.
Antonio’s versatility, which allows him to play comfortably on either wing as well as drift into central areas, would add real depth to Wolves’ squad. The prospect of the West Ham man competing for starting places with the likes of Diogo Jota, Helder Costa and Ivan Cavaleiro is a mouthwatering prospect for the Molineux faithful.
The addition of Antonio would make this Wolves’ attack a force to be reckoned with, and the ambitious midlands club have the financial clout to pull this deal off.