Wolves are reportedly in talks to sign Jens Cajuste in the summer transfer window.
The Lowdown: One for the future
Cajuste is seen as the ‘future of Swedish football’ by Football Talent Scout Jacek Kulig, who also described him as ‘excellent’ in an impressive performance for FC Midtjylland against Brondby in a match in the Danish Superliga back in April, and went on to claim that he is a ‘great talent’.
He was a key player for his side in the 2020/21 term, making no fewer than 39 appearances in total across all competitions, and has played in five senior games for Sweden, including at Euro 2020 (Transfermarkt).
The Latest: Cajuste talks
According to SportExpressen, the Midlands club are currently in discussions with Cajuste’s representatives over his potential signing, along with Leeds United, Newcastle United and Crystal Palace.
They are also prepared to make a bid for the defensive midfield player, who is clearly in high-demand.
The Verdict: Wait on Neves future
Ruben Neves has reportedly been linked with a move to either Manchester United or Arsenal amid uncertainty over his future at Molineux.
If the Wanderers were to lose the Portugal international in the middle of the park, then Cajuste could prove to be an ideal replacement.
Should Wolves sign Cajuste?
At just 21 years of age, the Swede clearly has a lot of potential, and his six-foot-one frame makes him ideally suited to the Premier League.
However, the signing may prove to be unnecessary if Neves ends up staying at WWFC.
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