Lots of Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have been discussing a potential move for Werder Bremen ace Milot Rashica after reports from Der Spiegel claim that the Midlands club have made an enquiry to buy him in the summer transfer window.
According to the outlet, Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool and West Ham United are all chasing Rashica, who apparently has a 38 million-euro release clause, which equates to roughly £33.1 million.
The Kosovan international has scored 10 goals and provided five assists in 24 appearances in all competitions this season, and has also managed four goals in 25 caps for Kosovo, having previously represented Albania at senior international level, according to Transfermarkt.
One WWFC supporter is worried that Adama Traore may potentially leave as seen below, and this may be heightened if Rashica joins. Comparing the two wingers in their respective domestic leagues this campaign, the latter actually averages more shots and key passes per match, although Traore does make more dribbles, as per Whoscored.
These fans discussed the potential transfer on Twitter:
We don't need anymore wingers, its defenders and a back up striker is what we need.
— Chris (@cpj93070) April 13, 2020
€38m is quite expensive. Plus wing isn’t a huge priority. If he can play CAM, definitely worth considering. But I’d prefer a real top quality CB.
— Tony Wilde (@TonyWilde99) April 13, 2020
Would deffiently take him as he’s a quality player that would improve the team massively. Although I understand that we do have a large number of wingers anyways so possibly better to look to strengthen other areas first 🧡🖤
— William Vernon ◣ ◢ (@will_verno2002) April 13, 2020
If that’s what we need. Yeah, sign him. We need guys who like to score from midfield. Jordao and Shabani?
— Fruity Pears (@johnlanham1) April 14, 2020
That’s if Adama stays 🤒🤒
— Taylor Whitt (@TJLad3) April 13, 2020
Do we really need another winger though?
— Kevin ◣ ◢ (@kdr613_) April 13, 2020
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