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Wolves: Sasa Kalajdzic bid rejected

Wolves: Sasa Kalajdzic bid rejected -Premier League News

Wolverhampton Wanderers have seen an opening bid for Stuttgart striker Sasa Kalajdzic turned down in the last 48 hours, according to transfer insider Fabrizio Romano.

The Lowdown: Wolves in pole position

The Austrian has been the subject of plenty of interest this summer from the likes of Manchester United, Everton and Brighton, but it’s the Midlands outfit who have emerged as favourites to beat their Premier League competitors and land him.

Wanderers have been in advanced negotiations with the 25-year-old for quite some time and allegedly even agreed personal terms, but they now appear to have suffered a setback after making an official proposal.

The Latest: Kalajdzic bid rejected

Taking to Twitter, Romano confirmed that Wolves are set to continue talks with Stuttgart over Kalajdzic after having their opening offer knocked back.

“Wolves will be back in contact with Stuttgart for Sasa Kalajdzic after €15m (£12.7m) proposal rejected yesterday.”

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The Verdict: Worth another offer

Stuttgart obviously want more to let Kalajdzic leave, and whilst that figure is yet unknown, Wolves should splash the cash and do whatever they need to get it done.

The 6 foot 7 ‘unstoppable’ forward, as dubbed by football talent scout Jacek Kulig, has some outstanding numbers, having clocked up 60 goal contributions in 96 appearances across his senior career, via Transfermarkt.

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Raul Jimenez has only recently returned from injury, so Kalajdzic would provide some excellent competition for the Mexican and give Bruno Lage a welcomed selection headache at Molineux.


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