Wolverhampton Wanderers are open to offers for wingers Helder Costa and Ivan Cavaleiro this summer, according to the Express and Star.
The report says that the wide duo face uncertain Molineux futures this summer after the Old Gold made such an impressive return to the Premier League last season.
Costa’s future is apparently of interest to Leeds United as the Yorkshire Evening Post reported last week that the Whites are keen on a loan deal for the wideman.
But the Express and Star report that there has been plenty of interest in Costa – and says that he will be sold for the right price.
That means that not only can Leeds expect plenty of competition, but that Wolves may only be open to sell while they try to engineer a loan deal.
That’s the biggest potential stumbling block, but Leeds have form with regards pulling off impressive, unlikely transfer coups from Molineux.
Last summer, Barry Douglas had just been integral in getting Wolves promoted, but Marcelo Bielsa was able to convince him to drop back into the Championship and come to Elland Road.
Perhaps Douglas can convince Costa to do the same this summer. But Leeds may need to come up with decent money if Wolves are only willing to sell the winger.