We are now just a day away from the craziness that is the January transfer window.
Of course, Wolves spent big in the summer on the likes of Nelson Semedo and Fabio Silva so it remains to be seen how much money is left in the bank for Jeff Shi and co to spend.
What’s the word?
Wolves have one primary focus in January – to sign a new striker.
With Raul Jimenez still recovering from a fractured skull he sustained against Arsenal, they are light in a central attacking area and thus, need to sign some cover.
According to The Sun, that’s former Chelsea striker Diego Costa. They report that Wolves are contemplating a move for the Spaniard who has recently been released from his contract with Atletico Madrid.
That means that Shi could land the experienced forward on a free transfer if Wolves can agree on contract terms in January.
Costa would be able to join immediately, rather than next summer as originally anticipated.
Jovic has immense potential but in terms of discovering someone for the short-term, there would surely be no better than Costa.
He is a mightily powerful forward and has a proven track record of scoring goals at the elite level and crucially in the Premier League.
Capped 24 times by Spain, Costa has found the back of the net on 52 occasions in just 89 Premier League outings. That’s a fabulous record, one that earned him the title of an “animal” according to Jose Mourinho.
If any word typified the Brazilian born attacker, it would be that.
His natural aggression is incredibly eye-catching and despite now being 32, he’d still be an exceptional addition – especially on a free transfer.
Costa is a colossal battering ram and would add plenty to this rather young Wolves side. His availability has come at a perfect time for the Old Gold.
This would be a superb start to the new year.
AND in other news, 100% duels won: Wolves gem who “performed superbly” has given Nuno a huge headache…
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