Wolves are interested in 19-year-old SL Benfica forward Goncalo Ramos, according to a report from Portuguese outlet Novo.
They claim that the club are in ‘early talks’ with the Liga NOS outfit over the signing.
The lowdown on Wolves target Goncalo Ramos
Ramos is primarily a second striker rather than an out-and-out number nine.
Ramos has also featured eight times for Portugal’s Under-21s, including a substitute appearance in the final of the European Championship earlier this month.
Portugal, whose starting line-up for the game included Wolves loanee Vitinha, lost 1-0 to Germany.
Were he to join Wolves, he would be seen as part of their next attacking generation, along with Fabio Silva, a £35.6million signing last summer.
Fan feed Talking Wolves relayed the report, and here’s what the fans made of it.
Wolves fans react as Ramos talks get underway
“Are we running a football club or a crèche?”
“On a real note, would we need him since we have Fabio though? Wouldn’t we need a slightly older backup striker?”
“That’s not how you spell Sergio.”
“Another one for the youth them loaned out…. Another Rafa Mir”
“We’re just playing Football Manager, aren’t we?”
In other news, fans were much happier with this transfer update.
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