Wolverhampton Wanderers still look a little light in midfield ahead of the new season, where they have both domestic and European football to balance.
Manager Nuno Espirito Santo should chase a couple more additions to his squad at Molineux and could do with some more legs in the centre of the park.
The West Midlands club need to find some help for the preferred trio of Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Leander Dendoncker.
One man that they should consider is Dennis Praet at Italian club Sampdoria, who is reportedly a wanted man this summer.
According to Sky Sports, Premier League outfit Leicester City are keen on a deal for the 25-year-old.
The report details that AC Milan and Valencia are also interested, but he could cost more than £15million to sign.
Praet is a central midfielder that is beginning to come to the peak of his powers and he could be a success if he test himself in England.
He proved himself in homeland Belgium with Anderlecht earlier in his career, while he’s developed in Italy during recent years.
The box-to-box midfielder is tidy in possession and can pick a pass, but makes driving runs forward too and strong in the tackle.
Praet would strengthen competition at Wolves and has an excellent work-rate that could help him slot in well to Nuno’s team.
He could be a great investment for around £15million and Wolves should consider joining the pursuit for him this summer, before he’s snapped up by another club.