Wolves are pressing ahead with plans to sign Francois Moubandje, L’Equipe reports.
The 25-year-old left-back has not been used much by Toulouse this season, and the Ligue 1 club are considering cashing in on him this month.
He has fielded several offers, with the report claiming that Wolves have been the most pressing with their attempts to sign him. Hellas Verona and Sion are also keen on the Swiss international left-back, but Kenny Jackett’s men are closing in on a deal for the full-back.
Able to play at left-back, left-midfield and centre-back, Moubandje has played for Toulouse since the summer of 2013, when he linked up with the French side from Serviette in his homeland.
He has played 46 times for Toulouse, but this season has seen Moubandje fall out of favour. He has not played in the league since the middle of October, and has not even been on the bench since November.
Moubandje’s only playing time has come in the domestic cups, and he is ready to push through a move this month.
Jackett looks to be on the search for a new left-back, with De Telegraaf reporting yesterday that Nicolai Boilesen of Ajax is also wanted at Molineux.