Wolves are in negotiations to sign Switzerland striker Haris Seferovic in the summer transfer window, according to a new report.
The Lowdown: New striker needed
It is, therefore, imperative that Bruno Lage brings in more attacking firepower this summer, in order to strengthen what is arguably Wolves’ weakest area currently.
Seferovic has been linked with a move to Molineux in the recent past and he appears to be a primary target currently.
The Latest: Talks with Seferovic
While a deal is still a distance away – Benfica want €10million (£8.5m) for the player, but the two clubs want to pay half of that – it is clear that Wanderers see him as a potential summer addition.
He is not in manager Roger Schmidt’s plans, so will likely leave the club.
The Verdict: Ideal summer signing
Seferovic could be an ideal player to come in and provide more of a goal threat this summer, with the 30-year-old possessing vast experience at a high level.
With Raul Jimenez seemingly not the player he was before his serious head injury in 2020, Seferovic could be the man to lead the line and ensure that Wolves are more potent next season.
In other news, one player has reportedly edged closer to a move to Wolves. Find out who it is here.
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