Gary Cahill is one of the last remaining remnants of the old Chelsea, and the Evening Standard report that a combination of low gametime last season and the impending arrival of Daniele Rugani have left the England international on the verge of the Stamford Bridge exit door.
The former Aston Villa man went from undroppable in 2016/17 to reserve within less than a season and with Maurizio Sarri likely to move from three at the back to four, opportunities could be even more limited this season.
Just as John Terry moved to the Midlands for one last hurrah when it became clear that he was surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge, Cahill may be tempted to do the same and big-spending Wolves certainly have the funds to bring him to Molineux.
So, we asked Old Gold fans whether they would like to see the Englishman slot in alongside captain Conor Coady and colossus Willy Boly in the back three, and it’s clear that they would be keen on a move.
76 per cent of them would like to see the Champions League winner pitch up at Molineux next season, as you can see from the full poll results below…