Report: Wolverhampton Wanderers could sign Ola John and Silvio

Molineux - general view

The pair are the latest overseas stars to be linked with moves to Molineux

Molineux - general view

Benfica winger Ola John and Atletico Madrid full-back Silvio are targets for Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to Portuguese daily, Record.

John, who spent last season on loan to Reading, was linked with a move to Wolves' rivals West Bromwich Albion earlier this summer, following the Baggies' appointment of former Royals man Nick Hammond as technical director (Birmingham Mail).

Reading’s Ola John and Rotherham’s Greg Halford in actionDutch international John scored four goals and made another five for Reading last season

However, last week's takeover at Molineux, in which Portuguese super agent Jorge Mendes is said to be involved, has seen Kenny Jackett's side seemingly enter the race.

And John's former teammate Silvio, who has been borrowed by Benfica in each of the past three campaigns, could follow him to England, the report claims.

Silvio in action for BenficaSilvio has eight caps for Portugal

Wolves are said to have missed out on a number of targets as they awaited the completion of their £30 million takeover, however, their recruitment drive is expected to gather pace ahead of the new season.

Last week, the Sun reported that a trio of Portuguese stars could also make moves to Molineux this summer.

Monaco's Ivan Cavaleiro, who cost the Ligue 1 side £12.5 million from Benfica a year ago, and Eagles pair Pele and Helder Costa were the three players named.

Ivan Cavaleiro (R) celebrates scoring the third goal for PortugalIvan Cavaleiro (right) would be a glamorous addition for Wolves

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