Wolves look set to battle Turkish giants Galatasary for the signing of Liverpool’s out-of-favour forward Divock Origi.
The Belgian international has fallen down the pecking order at Anfield, having spent last season on-loan at German side Wolfsburg, scoring six Bundesliga goals in 31 appearances.
Wolves are in the market for a forward, having scored just 12 league goals so far, and according to The Metro have identified Origi as a primary target.
The forward is likely to cost in the region of £20m, and ESPN are reporting that the midlands club will have competition from Turkish side Galatasary for his signing.
Galatasary, however, would only be looking to sanction a temporary move as they look to comply with financial fair play regulations which may be to Wolves advantage.
Raul Jiminez is currently the newly-promoted side’s top league scorer with three goals, with manager Nuno Espirito Santo keen to add to his striking options.