Wolves transfer’ deadline day has taken the club’s supporters through a whole range of emotions.
They began the day looking as though they’d bring one of the most talented young midfielders in Europe to the club in Renato Sanches but he now won’t be heading to Molineux.
After several hours of negativity in the market, it looks like Bruno Lage could finally bring some positive news to Wolves fans before the window slams shut in the next few hours.
That’s because the Old Gold are in talks to conclude two deals before the market closes.
One player is Marseille defender Boubacar Kamara but they’re also chasing a striker in the shape of Kieffer Moore.
Tim Spiers revealed yesterday that it was unlikely that the Cardiff forward would move but Wolves are attempting to complete a deal anyway.
That’s according to Sky Sports reporter Anton Toloui who took to Twitter to say the following: “WWFC are in talks with Marseille for Boubacar Kamara (as per David Ornstein) & Cardiff for Kieffer Moore (@JPercyTelegraph). No fees agreed for either as yet. Moore is currently isolating after being deemed a close contact of Adam Davies, who tested positive for Covid-19.”
After such a day of turmoil for supporters, there is finally some news for the fans to get excited about.
Moore might only arrive as a back-up to Raul Jimenez but it’s been abundantly clear throughout the whole summer that Wolves need a bigger squad.
They only had 15 senior players training with them a few weeks ago so the Wales international will bolster their ranks significantly.
It’s also vital for the Molineux outfit to find some cover for Jimenez.
The Mexican spent several months out injured last season when he sustained a horrific fractured skull in a match with Arsenal back in November.
He’s only just returned now and is yet to find the back of the net as Wolves’ troubles in front of goal mount.
They haven’t scored all season and have zero points on the board so signing another striker certainly makes sense.
Moore doesn’t have any Premier League experience under his belt but he is one of the fiercest strikers in the Championship.
The forward beat the goalkeeper on 20 occasions last season which only serves as a positive when you consider Wolves’ troubles in 2021/22 so far.