Wolves Transfer Roundup: No Alvarez bid, second chance for Traore, set to miss out on striker

Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves side took to the Premier League like a duck to water last season following their promotion from the Championship. With a long season ahead and Europa League football to think about, the Portuguese will be busy this summer as he looks to add some depth to his squad. Today’s transfer roundup includes updates on two potential new signings as well an update on a winger already at the club.

No offer for Alvarez

Club America Director of Sport Santiago Banos has said that Wolves are yet to make a concrete offer for Edson Alvarez. Previous reports suggested that Wolves had made contact about signing the 21-year-old, but Banos has stated that, whilst he has had talks with the club’s representatives, the Molineux outfit are yet to make a formal bid.

Reprieve for Traore

Despite interest from Napoli, Santo still has Adama Traore in his plans and wants to keep him with the side for next season according to the Express and Star. The Spaniard was signed from Middlesborough last summer but is yet to earn himself a regular spot in the first XI.

Okereke close to Sassuolo move

Wolves could miss out on David Okereke according to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio. Okereke, who scored 10 goals and made 12 assists for Serie B side Spezia last season, had been reported as a target for the Midlands club, but it appears that Sassuolo are now close to signing the Nigerian striker.

Article title: Wolves Transfer Roundup: No Alvarez bid, second chance for Traore, set to miss out on striker

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