Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leeds United are weighing up moves for Leicester City striker Josh Eppiah, according to reports.
The 19-year-old forward is a very promising prospect, and his form the the Foxes’ youth sides have alerted clubs.
Would he be a good signing for Wolves?
Eppiah has a lot of potential, and with Wolves looking to build a squad capable of challenging in the Premier League, the youngster could prove to be an ideal signing for Santo’s side.
The talent is there, and with Santo guiding the player, I feel like he could achieve his potential at Molineux.
Yes, the youngster looks as though he could be a star.
Wolves need a striker who can fill in for Leo Bonatini at times and at this stage of his career that role would probably suit Eppiah instead of playing for the U23s at Leicester.
Is Eppiah going to be any different to Bright Enobakhare? Not for me.
Eppiah is an inexperienced striker, who might have talent, but isn’t what Wolves need in January.
Nuno’s side are far too reliant on Leo Bonatini, and in January need to add an experienced Championship striker to support the Brazilian.
Signing him would be a mistake.
Wolves have some good young players that are excelling under Nuno Santo.
I don’t think Eppiah would play much at Wolves, though, and so he should consider that.
He, like all young players, needs to be getting regular minutes in order to succeed.