Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly interested in signing the Brazilian striker.
One particular area where the Portuguese will want to address is his forward department, with more goals needed to supplement the skills of Diogo Jota, and Benik Afobe set to leave Molineux, according to the Independent, after having joined Wolves just eight days ago.
According to Brazilian media outlet UOL Esporte, Wolves are lining up a summer swoop for £30 million-rated Real Sociedad hitman Willian Jose, and what a sensational signing he would be for the Black Country outfit.
The 26-year-old was in fine form for Sociedad last season, scoring 20 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions.
Standing at 6ft 2in tall, Willian is an archetypal target man striker, and would act as a fantastic focal point for Wolves to build their attacking play through.
The Brazilian is also a clinical finisher, and possesses the ability to link up play between the midfield and attack, what with his intelligent football brain and impeccable technique.
One question mark hanging over Willian's head will be whether he possesses the physical attributes needed to succeed in the Premier League, but he certainly has never ben one to shy away from a battle.
The Sociedad ace is valued at around £30 million. In today's day and age, that actually represents decent value for money, and Wolves should not hesitate to bring him to Molineux.