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Wolves’ best piece of transfer business this month is obvious

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Wolves’ best piece of transfer business this month is obvious

Wolverhampton Wanderers are trying their best to add reinforcements to their squad this month.

The Premier League new boys have made a fine start to life back in the Premier League, and sit ninth in the table at the halfway stage.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have been very good, particularly against the big sides, but the feeling is that the squad need a boost going into the second half of the season.

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Tammy Abraham has been targeted in recent days, but the Chelsea man will now be staying at Aston Villa for the season as originally planned.

Divock Origi’s name has been mentioned along with a host of others.

Wolves could strengthen their squad with a number of players this month, but it’s likely no new addition would top the potential permanent signing of Raul Jimenez.

 

Jimenez has to be a priority

The Mexican forward has impressed massively at Molineux this season with his commitment to the cause up front.

He’s played every game in the Premier League and proven to be a handful for defences, scoring seven goals and making four assists in all competitions.

He’s been Espirito Santo’s go-to man this term and his importance to the team has become clear.

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Wolves simply must start taking steps to ensure he will turn his loan move from Benfica into a permanent one.

If they can put those plans in place, then it would surely top anything else they do this month in terms of transfers.

It would take a club-record fee to make it happen – The Mirror are reporting he could cost in the region of £30 million.

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