Wolverhampton Wanderers target Anderson Talisca seems to be preparing Besiktas supporters for his farewell from the club according to reports in A Bola, following his loan spell from Benfica this season.
The Portuguese outlet has said that Besiktas have pulled out of the race to sign the attacker and that therefore could pave the way for Wolves and Liverpool to make a move.
The 24-year-old took to Instagram to write: “It was two years in a row. I will never forget Besiktas.”
According to the Sun, Wolves are interested in taking the Brazilian to Molineux this summer, but could face competition from the likes of Liverpool with turkish-football reporting earlier this season the Reds had scouted the player.
Talisca has made 46 appearances this season alone, scoring 19 goals, and would be a solid addition to Nuno Spirito Santo’s already strong side.
His ability to not only hold on to the ball and set up chances for this team mates, but also capability in front of goal himself, make him the ideal candidate for Wolves.
However, with the likes of Liverpool apparently named as interested, it won’t be a straight-forward deal to complete.
Wolves could be placed in a bidding war for Anderson Talisca. But, one that they should keep fighting, as he would be a very good addition to their side.
Nuno Spirito Santo won’t find it hard to attract potential transfer targets to Molineux this summer, following their free-flowing, high scoring and title-winning campaign.