According to the Express and Star, Wolves are in the market for two more new signing’s before the transfer window closes and apparently their main concern is a new centre-back.

Wolves have been in a clear race to sign many hot attacking prospects with the club needing a new striker to strengthen and bolster their options in front of goal. With Patrick Bamford looking set to go to Middlesbrough and other long term target Chris Wood looking set to stay with the Foxes (Leicester), their options are seemingly limited.

It’s not all doom and gloom in terms of a striker chase though with Crewe’s Max Clayton recently training with the club. The young attacker would seem to be a sensible investment for the future up ahead as well as some Championship experience at 19 in the coming months would do him no harm in his progression.

Another area Wolves target is the defensive area and particularly centre-back. With Paul Thelwell the head of development admitting to the Express and Star that Wolves have “already brought in players capable of getting into a Championship team” they seem keen to just reinforce their side with added quality and add more competition to what already is a strong back four.

Wolves are likely to have several defensive targets however it is unlikely they will actually bring in more than one or two players with the season already set to begin next weekend.


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