Steve Bull doesn’t think Wolves need to add wingers this summer, amid reports linking them with Valencia’s Goncalo Guedes.
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However, with Pedro Neto out with a long-term knee problem, and Adama Traore’s future currently up in the air, the Midlands outfit could be left short.
Meanwhile, another of their attackers, Willian Jose, is likely to return to Real Sociedad following his struggling loan spell, whilst Raul Jimenez is going to need time before he’s back to his best after his head injury.
Guedes, who’s been with Valencia for four seasons, one of which was a one-year loan, can play anywhere across the front three, but has only managed 21 goals in his time in Spain, with his best La Liga return only five.
This season, he contributed 14 goals in 34 appearances in all competitions, including two against Europa League winners Villarreal, and is valued at £22.50m by Transfermarkt, which is considerably less than what Valencia paid PSG back in 2018.
But Bull exclusively told The Transfer Tavern that Wolves should be looking elsewhere:
“We’ve got the wingers – two each side, so I don’t think so. He would be a good asset to the side, but he might not get games.
“We need to strengthen in most areas apart from wingers because when Neto comes back, Podence comes back, we keep Traore, fingers crossed, we have enough options.”
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