Wolves have had a fairly low-key January transfer window when it comes to adding new players to their squad with winger Chiquinho being the only new addition to have not gone out on loan after arriving at Molineux.
Understandably, a lot of focus and attention has been on the recent transfer that saw Adama Traore join his former club Barcelona on loan until the end of the season, with a following permanent deal apparently waiting for him in the summer to stick with the La Liga side for the foreseeable future.
However, now that deadline day has arrived, a teasing transfer claim has emerged that should get a lot of Wolves fans on the edge of their seats.
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, journalist Dean Jones had this to say on the possibility of Wolves completing some late transfer business before the January window closes.
He said: “I don’t think their transfer market is dead. It wouldn’t surprise me if they brought in one more.”
With Wolves manager Bruno Lage claiming earlier in the window that he feels his squad needs a centre-back more than anything else, this could be the sort of player that the Old Gold will look to bring in before the deadline, even though Wolves have a solid defensive record in the Premier League this season with just 16 goals conceded in 21 league games.
With the hours and minutes counting down until the January transfer window closes, Wolves fans will surely be over the moon if their club manages to bring a new player in that can slot immediately into Lage’s side and improve them in any area of the pitch.
As well as Lage’s wish to have a new centre-back in his squad, it’s entirely possible that the Midlands club would be interested in acquiring a new winger to replace Traore given how he had made an appearance in all but one of Wolves’ Premier League games this season.
Either way, Wolves will have to move swiftly if they want to bring any new players in before the window closes, or else Lage will have to make do with the players that he currently has at his disposal and hope they will have enough to see out the season and potentially secure European football by the end of it.