Wolverhampton Wanderers should think about trying to sign Sandro Wanger in January.
The Bayern Munich hitman is apparently frustrated with life at the Bundesliga champions, as reported by The Sun.
He’s been with the club since January of this year after returning to the Allianz Arena from 1899 Hoffenheim.
Opportunities, specifically starting ones, have been hard to come by for the ex-Germany international, with Robert Lewandowski the undisputed number one striker and Thomas Muller, Kingsley Coman and Serge Gnabry all in reserve.
West Ham United and Crystal Palace are supposedly in the running for his signature, and it’s a race Wolves should think about joining too.
Wagner and Jimenez together?
Wagner wouldn’t cost too much to sign, with The Sun claiming Manuel Pellegrini is mulling over a £6 million move.
Wolves would be able to afford that and should consider making a bid of their own.
Nuno Espirito Santo wants to sign a new striker this January, and Wagner would bring a real mean streak to Wolves’ attack.
They already have Jimenez, but Santo could sign Wagner and unleash them as a pairing to batter opposition defences into submission, with all the pace coming from the likes Diogo Jota and Helder Costa, or Adam Traore and Ivan Cavaleiro out wide.
Jimenez is burly, and Wagner is very physical; together they could be a total nightmare.
There isn’t a strike partnership in the Premier League at the moment consisting of two big brutes – it could be something that catches teams unawares.