“With Gray refusing to sign a new contract with just 12 months of his current deal to run, Burnley boss Sean Dyche is prepared to let the striker leave for the right price,” states the report in The Mirror.
If Wolves make an offer of £20m, then it could be hard for Burnley to turn it down, and perhaps Gray himself could find the switch to the Wanderers tempting.
As reported by The Mirror, the striker was in the Wolves academy until the age of 13, and maybe he could fancy a return to the club this summer.
Wolves are playing in the Championship at the moment, but Nuno Espírito Santo’s are aiming to end up in the top six and get promoted to the Premier League.
However, with West Ham also (reportedly) interested, things could be tricky for Wolves. After all, the Hammers could provide Gray with Premier League football and are aiming to break into the top eight.