Wolves could be set for another boost in the transfer market by signing defender Willy Boly.
According to Portuguese publication Record, Wolves could be set to land Boly from Porto, a year after initially declaring interest in the defender.
Boly, who at 26 should be entering his peak over the next few seasons, would represent another signing from Portugal, with the Porto defender potentially being swayed to make the move to Molineux as talk of a move for teammate Ruben Neves gathers pace.
The French defender is a dominating presence at the back and could well be suited to the Championship if the move goes through, with new Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo keen on securing a deal for Boly before the start of the season.
Boly started his career with Auxerre before moving to Braga in the Portugal, where he developed a reputation for being one of the top defenders in the league. His form for Braga earned him a move to Porto, signing for the club in a deal last summer.
However, Wolves could well be his next stop, and it would represent yet another superb capture for the Midlands club.
Wolves fans, what do you think to this? Gives us your thoughts!