Porto winger Yacine Brahimi has offers on the table from both Wolves and Everton, according to Correio de Manha, via Sport Witness.
Brahimi, who played as his side went down 2-1 to Roma in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 match on Tuesday, will be a free agent in the summer when his current deal runs out.
And both the Toffees and the Old Gold have already reportedly laid down a proposal to bring him to the Premier League in the summer.
Both sides are still pushing to become the ‘best of the rest’ in the top flight, by finishing seventh, but the mood around Wolves is far more optimistic than that around Goodison Park at present.
Wolves are on the up under Nuno Santo, with a shrewdly assembled squad, a clearly defined style of play and a hugely ambitious plan to get into the upper echelons of English football.
Everton want to gatecrash that top six as well but have spent more wildly than Wolves, with no clear identity or logic and moving to Merseyside would be the riskier move at present.
Brahimi is fortunate to have offers from two hugely historic clubs and his expiring contract makes him hugely attractive in a market of ever-increasing fees.
But if it comes down to a choice between Wolves and Everton, Molineux should be his next destination; there is a unity and direction there that is currently lacking at Goodison.