Transfer update: Wolves are presently expected to finalize the acquisition of a remarkable player for a noteworthy sum…

Wolves may need to acquire a new center-half this summer as rumors regarding captain Max Kilman’s future are rampant.

West Ham United is interested in him and is anticipated to make an official bid for him shortly. Kilman has long been regarded by the Hammers, who are currently led by Julen Lopetegui, who is evidently well-versed in the player’s attributes.

In addition, Wolves must consider long-term Craig Dawson successors, since the 33-year-old is not getting any younger.

It was recently claimed that David Carmo, fresh off an impressive loan at Olympiacos, may be a target for Wolves.

Something has been said today about how much Porto would want for him. Carmo was on loan at Olympiacos for the second half of the previous season; the team hopes to sign him long-term.

He made an impression for the Greek powerhouses and, along with Wolves winger Daniel Podence, was eventually nominated to the Europa Conference League Team of the Season.

The Angola international is willing to sell to Porto, and a report has now indicated how much the Portuguese powerhouses would be willing to pay for him.

A Bola claims that they are reportedly holding out for at least £15 million. They have not yet received any proposals for the 24-year-old that are close to that amount.

Olympiacos is eager to re-sign him, but according to the article, “all scenarios are open” at the moment.

It’s interesting to note that Mika Faye of Barcelona is reportedly under Porto’s radar right now. They may bring the Senegalese starlet in with the help of the sale of Carmo.

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