Wolverhampton Wanderers are looking to bring in Wisla Krakow striker Aleksander Buksa in January, according to reports.
Buksa on Molineux radar
The 17-year-old has been described as the ‘new (Robert) Lewandowski’ by various outlets, which has attracted the interest of a number of elite clubs, including Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Inter (via Sempre Milan).
Buksa has started to pick up some first-team appearances, making six outings so far in the Polish Ekstraklasa (TransferMarkt).
The report added that due to his contract talks with Wisla stalling, and with his deal due to expire in 2021, not 2023 as suggested, the West Midlands outfit are keen to snatch him for a discounted price before he turns 18 and can sign a more lucrative contract with the Polish club.
Transfer Tavern take
While Buksa is not a big name in Europe, he has been raved about and it is no surprise that there are a lot of big clubs after him.
But Mendes’ contact book will surely hand the advantage to Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, who have the pulling power to attract players with high potential to the Premier League.
Time will tell whether Wolves are serious about signing Buksa. It would be wise to get him sooner rather than later.
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