Manchester United are prepared to allow Marcos Rojo to leave the club in order to finance defensive improvements, according to the Telegraph.
The Red Devils want to raise funds to improve their current options and Rojo is reportedly seen as the most disposable of their current options.
His battle with injury this season is the only factor that could put a blocker on him leaving Old Trafford this month, but it does not appear that United would have a problem with offloading him this month.
Wolves were reportedly interested in the defender during the summer and this news is a major boost to Nuno Santo if he still wants to bring the Argentine to Molineux to boost his own backline.
It remains to be seen whether Wolves feel they need Rojo – especially given his injury problems – and the largely impressive performances of their back three as their defensive solidity has been the bedrock of their success upon their return to the top flight.
But a deal looks there to be done should Santo decide he wants to bring Rojo’s international experience and battling qualities to Molineux and Wolves have the finances to get it done.
A left-sided central defender may add another dimension to Wolves’ back three and the dismissal of Willy Boly against Manchester City will be a test of their defensive depth.