It was no secret that after starting the season with a small squad that Wolves would reload with a handful of new signings in January.
With Patrick Cutrone departing Wolves for Fiorentina, it’s obvious that the Premier League’s sixth-placed side needs help up top and, according to a handful of English sources, they are about to get that help in droves.
According to the Telegraph, Wolves are said to be in advanced talks with versatile Olympiacos winger Daniel Podence over a £21m deal.
The 24-year-old, who was called up to the Portugal side for a pair of Euro 2020 qualifiers in November, is represented by Jorge Mendes, who has brokered a large number of deals for Wolves over the past three years.
Wolves are also reportedly holding talks with former Benfica and Norwich striker Nélson Oliveira. The 17-time Portugal international is on fire in his first season at AEK Athens, scoring 10 goals and assisting six others in 20 appearances this season.
Wolves are also on the verge of signing 19-year-old Leonardo Campana from Barcelona SC of Ecuador for £300,000. The player will join the U-23s.