Wolves are lining up a move for Sheffield Wednesday winger Adam Reach, according to The Sun.
The 25-year-old has made the headlines of recent weeks after a spree of stunning goals for the Owls in the Championship.
Reach has now emerged on the radar of Premier League new boys Wolves who are plotting a swoop for him in the January transfer window as Nuno Espirito Santo looks to bolster his sides’ attacking options for the rest of the season.
Reach, who can also play as a left wing back, started his career at Middlesbrough and rose up through the youth ranks at the Riverside. He went onto play 78 times for Boro’s first-team in all competitions as well as enjoying various loan spells at Darlington, Shrewsbury Town, Bradford City and Preston North End.
Sheffield Wednesday swooped to sign him in August 2016 for a fee of around £5 million and he has been a key player for the Yorkshire side ever since. Reach has played 106 games for the Owls since his switch from Boro and has chipped in with 10 goals, with many being beauties.
He could be rewarded with a move to the Premier League this winter after his impressive start to the season. He is an important player for Jos Luhukay’s side and they will be praying they can hold onto him.
Wolves have made a great start to their campaign in the top flight and their fans will be enjoying life in the big time after winning the Championship title last season.