Opinion

Wolves’ attack would be dreamy if they can lure £3.1m-rated South American to Molineux

The Wolves fans gathered inside the Transfer Tavern are hoping that enough business is done so that not only can they stay in the league but also push the boundaries.

Having eased to promotion last campaign, Wolves showed their dominance and seem to be ready for the even bigger challenge that awaits. With the powerful financial backing the club have, many feel that Wolves could be the team to watch in the Premier League next season, especially, our punters feel, if they try and sign Juan Quintero, who is valued at £3.1 million on Transfermarkt.

The 25-year-old has been a bright spark in Colombia’s World Cup attack, so much so that he has scored one goal and created two assists for his team-mates. Quintero’s club form on the other hand though is a different story. Having been loaned out by parent club Porto to River Plate, playing time has been harder and his record in-front of goal is hardly amazing.

Despite this though, Quintero has shown on the biggest stage of them all what he is capable of, something Wolves should take into consideration. The recently-promoted side already have an array of midfield creativity but adding the 25-year-old as well would give the team an even greater chance at staying up and thriving in the Premier League.

Juan Quintero has already been involved with a number of clubs but a move to Wolves and the English top flight could bring out the very best of his ability.

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