Wolverhampton set to give premier league clubs a scare as they prepare to sign Bayern Munich's star
By Kibetevans-24 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 13 views
Premier league club Wolverhampton Wanderers are yet to find a perfect replacement for current Liverpool's star Diogo Jota. Jota left Molineux in the last summer transfer window to join the reds. The move for the Portuguese attacker was done in the last days of the transfer window leaving Wolves without a replacement.
Jota has already hit the ground running at Anfield making big impacts both in the premier league and UEFA champions league. Nuno Espirito has been reported to be planning a move for Juventus star who is currently on loan at Bayern Munich.
Wolves has been previously linked with a move to sign Douglas Costa since the last transfer window. However , a deal failed to materialise as Jota's future had not been determined. Costa had been close to joining the premier league club but the time was not adequate.
Wolverhampton are reportedly confident of sealing a move for the Brazilian winger this January transfer window. Nuno Espirito's side has not been performing well this season as compared to the previous season.
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