Wolverhampton Wanderers are targeting Bolton Wanderers defenders Dorian Dervite and Dean Moxey in cut-price deals, according to The Express and Star.
It was previously reported that Wolves were interested in Bolton left-back Dean Moxey but now the club have started to take an interest in fellow defender Dorian Dervite too.
Bolton are currently in £170+ million of debt and have been placed under transfer embargo meaning there are certain restrictions in place when it comes to signing players. In order to reduce the club’s wage bill, Bolton are looking to sell several players this month.
Two of the players that could be let go are defenders Dervite and Moxey, who could even leave on free transfers as Boton need to cut their wage bill sooner rather than later.
Wolves will likely not be the only interested club however, with both defenders available for such small transfer fees. It is understood that Bristol City are also interested in signing Moxey so Wolves may have to fight off competition before any deal can be done.