According to the Daily Mail, former Chelsea winger Andre Schurrle has been offered to Everton and Crystal Palace this summer, with Fulham also interested in the Borussia Dortmund man, but their Premier League rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers should also be keen.
Schurrle has been released from Dortmund’s pre-season tour of the United States to speak to clubs about his future. The Mail also reports that the German giants are looking to offload Schurrle and use the money from West Ham’s signing of Andriy Yarmolenko to make a bid for Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha.
The experienced 27-year-old scored 14 goals during his season and a half at Chelsea and was a World Cup winner with Germany in 2014. It comes as no surprise then that a number of Premier League clubs are looking to sign the winger, who is valued at £13.5m by Transfermarkt.
One club that should join the race for his signature, which also includes Italian side Lazio, are newly promoted Wolves.
After impressing back in the Bundesliga for both Wolfsburg and Dortmund, Schurrle could well be keen to return to the Premier League and prove wrong any doubters he has in England following his short stint at Chelsea.
Having already signed seven players in this summer’s transfer window, Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is set to make it eight with the capture of midfielder Joao Moutinho from Monaco, according to the BBC.
If Moutinho were to sign then, alongside Ruben Neves, Wolves would have an extremely creative midfield pairing and they should be able to conjure up a number of chances per game for the three forward players that Santo prefers in his system.
Schurrle has the composure and experience in front of goal to take those chances in key Premier League games and could be a better option for Wolves than Ivan Cavaleiro on the right of their attack.