Steve Bull believes that Wolves would be able to offer Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko regular first-team football.
The Frenchman has been an important part of the club since joining from Newcastle in 2016, making more than 200 appearances in a Spurs shirt.
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He made 42 appearances in all competitions last season and was a regular starter in the Premier League up until Christmas.
But when Jose Mourinho opted to bring in an extra attacking player, Sissoko was sacrificed and therefore made just one league start in Tottenham’s final 17 fixtures.
With Oliver Skipp expected to be a part of the first-team next season, the 31-year-old could slip even further down the pecking order, meaning a summer exit from north London is highly likely.
Asked whether Sissoko would be a good addition for Wolves, Bull exclusively told The Transfer Tavern:
“Ideal, and I think he would get [regular first-team football]. Someone like that in the side, massive presence and he isn’t scared of putting his foot in.
“He could probably teach a few of the youngsters, ‘listen follow in my footsteps and I’ll get you up there.’ “
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