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Franck Kessie would bring something different to the table for Wolves

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Franck Kessie would bring something different to the table for Wolves

Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie would make a great signing for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The midfield dynamo is currently on a two-year loan at AC Milan, and has been catching the eye this season for the Rossoneri.

Last term he made 37 appearances for the Italian giants, and this season he’s started eight games already.

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He’s arguably going the right way about securing a permanent deal at San Siro, should he so desire at the end of his temporary move.

But Calciomercato report that a number of clubs across Europe are keen to sign Kessie, one being Premier League outfit Wolves.

The Birmingham Mail recently reported that Nuno Espirito Santo wants another central midfielder to compete with Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves, and Kessie could be an astute signing next summer.

 

Kessie is the powerhouse Wolves don’t have

The Ivorian would certainly bring some different attributes to the table.

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At the moment, Wolves don’t have anyone that can carry the ball and use their aggression to drive the team forwards.

That is Kessie’s game in a nutshell.

While Moutinho and Neves are excellent retainers of the ball and can pick brilliant passes from deep, they don’t have the ability to drive forward when sometimes that’s what the situation calls for.

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Kessie has often been compared to fellow countryman Yaya Toure; he’s all about using his pace and power in the middle of midfield.

He could be an excellent signing for Wolves, although the player’s agent could be seen to be trying to start a bidding war for his client, describing him as one of Milan’s ‘untouchables’.

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