Wolves reportedly tried to sign Rafael Leao in the summer transfer window, but a deal never materialised in the end.
The Lowdown: Leao impresses
Leao put in a very impressive display for AC Milan in their 2-0 home win over Lazio in the Serie A on Sunday evening.
Should Wolves sign Leao?
The striker opened the scoring shortly before the first-half whistle, while also winning three of his duels and recording two successful dribbles, one key pass and one accurate cross in the game (Sofascore).
The Latest: Wolves interest
As per Calciomercato, the Midlands club were one of a number of teams that tried to sign Leao in the summer.
Everton, Marseille and Borussia Dortmund also failed with their attempts, and is not clear whether their interest will be revisited in Janaury.
The Verdict: Try again
Even though the Molineux faithful have now brought in Hwang Hee-chan from RB Leipzig, he is only on loan for the time being, and so Leao could be a great alternative to sign on a permanent deal.
Described as a ‘game breaker’ by Calciomercato, Leao would help ease the burden off of Raul Jimenez up top, and being Portuguese, could work well with Bruno Lage.
Nonetheless, signing him would certainly feel like smart business by WWFC.
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