Report: Wolves finally poised to sign Legia Warsaw's Michal Zyro, bargain deal agreed

Poland Supporters

Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly agreed a deal for Legia Warsaw star Michal Zyro.

According to newspaper Express & Star, Wolverhampton Wanderers have finally agreed a deal to sign Legia Warsaw winger Michal Zyro.

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett is coming under increasing pressure at Molineux, with just one win in the last eight games taking the club just seven points clear of the relegation zone.

Fans believe that, whilst Jordan Graham has been a welcome boost out wide, Bakary Sako hasn't quite been replaced since his summer move to Crystal Palace, and they want to see a new winger brought in during the January transfer window to give Wolves a boost in the final third.

Now, the Express & Star report that Wolves have finally agreed to sign long-term target Michal Zyro, with the Legia Warsaw man set for a move to Molineux.

It's stated that Wolves were close to a deal over the summer but couldn't get the transfer over the line, but with Zyro out of contract at the end of the season, Legia have now accepted a bid from Wolves.

An offer of £350,000 has allegedly been enough to secure Zyro's signature, with the 23-year-old Polish international closing in on his move to Wolves at long last.

Zyro isn't the fastest of wingers, but he's a strong wide man who stands at 6ft 2in, and possesses a superb left foot. With his ability to cut in from the right hand side and cause problems, this could prove to be a real bargain for Wolves in January.

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