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Five ins and outs Wolves could complete this week – Including Traore and Vida

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Five ins and outs Wolves could complete this week – Including Traore and Vida

Wolves are looking to put their team together for the new season.

Adama Traore

Wolves have reportedly agreed a fee with Middlesbrough for the transfer of Spanish winger Adama Traore.

The Express and Star report that a deal has been agreed and Wolves hope to get a transfer completed before the window shuts on Thursday.

The deal is expected to go ahead, despite a recent dislocated shoulder for the 22-year-old.

The Sun recently reported that the fee could end up totalling around £22 million for the wing wizard.

Domagoj Vida

The World Cup finalist is now reportedly wanted by Wolves. As reported by Sabah, this week the Midlands club have reportedly made a £16 million bid for the player.

The Croatian starred in Russia this summer and has been linked with a number of clubs, despite only joining Besiktas in January.

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Goncalo Guedes and Andre Silva


Are more Portuguese stars set to arrive at Wolves?

These two appear to be unlikely transfers with just a few days until the window closes but are still being mentioned.

L’Equipe reported recently that Wolves remain in the hunt for Goncalo Guedes. A potential loan deal would navigate the £53.5 million price-tag slapped on his head.

TMW have also reported that AC Milan striker Silva remains a Wolves target, after Gonzalo Higuain’s arrival at the San Siro pushed him down the pecking order.

Kortney Hause

As for those leaving, it appears the young defender could still find a loan destination. Reading are struggling to keep hold of their star defender Liam Moore, who wants a switch to Brighton.

A Wolverhampton-based journalist has suggested Reading are keen on the player, who would have no chance of regular football if Vida arrived.

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