Report: Wolves plot to hijack potential Leeds United move, show interest in Prijovic

Serbia's  Aleksandar Prijovic (R) vies with Georgia's Davit Khocholava  during the FIFA World Cup 2018 qualification football match between Serbia and Georgia at the Rajko Mitic stadium in...

Wolves are showing interest in Leeds United target Aleksandar Prijovic.

Serbia's  Aleksandar Prijovic (R) vies with Georgia's Davit Khocholava  during the FIFA World Cup 2018 qualification football match between Serbia and Georgia at the Rajko Mitic stadium in...

Wolves have entered the race to sign Serbian striker Alekandar Prijovic, according to SuperExpress Poland.

Prijovic plays for Greek side PAOK, who he joined from Legia Warsaw. The Polish club are due a sell on fee of a potential deal.

Over the past fortnight Prijovic has been strongly linked with Leeds United.

Aleksandar Prijovic of Serbia competes for the ball with Ki Sung-Yueng of South Korea during the international friendly match between South Korea and Serbia at Ulsan World Cup Stadium on...

Goal Cyprus had reported Leeds' interest, and cited the £8.8 million release clause in his contract.

This would be a fee potentially too high for Leeds to pay, but it would not be a problem for big spending and table topping Wolves.

Aleksandar Prijovic of Serbia competes for the ball with Jang Hyun-Soo of South Korea during the international friendly match between South Korea and Serbia at Ulsan World Cup Stadium on...

Prijovic has scored 10 goals this season for PAOK, and has 60 goals across his last four campaigns.

He has previously netted in the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund, and scored the goal which fired Serbia to the World Cup back in October, his first strike at international level.

Prijovic has played in England before, contracted to Derby County in his younger days, where he was sent out on loan to Northampton and then Yeovil.

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