Wolverhampton Wanderers signed Willy Bolly on a £10million permanent deal (BBC) in the summer and he’s been a masterstroke for manager Nuno Espirito Santo.
The 27-year-old defender played a key role in the club’s promotion from the Championship last season, as he excelled at Molineux during a loan spell from Porto.
They decided to bring the Frenchman to the West Midlands on a full-time basis during the summer and his performances this campaign have been memorable.
Boly is a no-nonsense centre-back that has had no difficult adjusting to life in the Premier League and looks a bargain at just £10million.
He’s continued impressing as part of a back three with some monstrous tackles and important blocks, which supporters have become used to seeing from him on a weekly basis.
The powerhouse is under contract at Wolves until 2021, but he could surely be sold for a hefty profit on the price they paid for him if they were to offload him.
Wolves’ impressive start to life back in the top flight has been built a lot of their defence and there is no doubting Boly is a fundamental part of the backline with his displays extremely consistent.
Nuno’s transfer business has to be commended and Boly is a shinning example of bargains in the current market.