Newcastle United, Queens Park Rangers, and Sheffield Wednesday are all keen to pursue the signature of Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Conor Coady, according to talkSPORT.
Wolves, who have just been took over by the Chinese consortium Fosun International, look to be stamping their authority already in the Black Country, with a potential transfer overhaul on the cards with new agent Jorge Mendes demonstrating his expertise.
And Coady looks to be the first man to leave Molineux, in part of a new regime for Wolves who had a dismal campaign last term.
The midfielder has endured a tough time at Molineux of late, even though he made 39 appearances for the Midlands club last campaign, after signing from Liverpool last summer for a fee in the region of £2 million, following impressive loan spells at Sheffield United and Huddersfield Town.
This could be galvanising for Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez to make a move for the 23-year-old, having managed him in his tenure at Liverpool.
As well as this, Carlos Carvalhal’s Sheffield Wednesday, who came agonisingly close to promotion via the play-offs last season, and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s Queens Park Rangers are also keen on the player, if he is told he can leave Kenny Jackett’s team.
So…What do you think Wolves fans? Is Kenny Jackett wrong to let Coady leave the club? How many signings are you expecting Wolves to bring in now a takeover has occurred? Leave your suggestions in the comments below!