Talented Wolverhampton Wanderers full-back duo Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause are both attracting significant interest from the Premier League as they both make huge strides under Wolves boss Kenny Jackett, reports HITC.
The two home-grown defenders have been making their way through the ranks at both Wolves and England, as their speedy progress attracts the attention of a number of top-flight outfits, including Tottenham, West Ham and Southampton.
The starlets, who are both 20, are sought after as Premier League clubs look to add young talent to their ranks. And despite the fact that the two youngsters recently signed new contracts at Molineux, the interested clubs are keen to test the resolve of the Championship clubs and try to lure the youngsters away with the appeal of top-flight football.
Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United and Southampton are all reportedly keen on the youngsters as they both continue to thrive for Wolves. However, the West-Midlands side will be keen to hold onto their youth products and to maximise their potential at Molineux.
Hause, who signed for Wolves from Wycombe in the summer of 2014, made his debut for the Wolves first-team last December after impressing in training and youth matches. Iorfa also made his debut in the same month as the two players seem to develop as a pairing.
Both able to play at full-back and in the centre of defence, they are two hot prospects that Wolves will struggle to hold onto if Premier League interest becomes more severe.
Moving up the England U21 ranks is something that the two youngsters can also be proud of as their talent continues to show. Whether or not Wolves will be able to deflect interest from the top-flight remains to be seen, but it’s clear that they both could be top players in the future.
The club currently sit in 15th place in the Sky Bet Championship, and face a tough match against Chris Hughton’s in-form Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.
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