The big names just keep on being linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Since their promotion back to the Premier League, Wolves have landed both Raul Jimenez and Rui Patricio, two players with 137 caps between them for Mexico and Portugal not to mention vast European experience.
And the latest player linked with a move to Molineux has quite an impressive CV, too. Stefano Sturaro has been far from a regular in Juventus’s midfield in recent seasons, but he has won the Serie A title four seasons in a row while representing Italy at Euro 2016.
Newcastle United and West Ham have been heavily linked with the tenacious midfielder, as reported by the Chronicle, but Sturaro’s agent Carlo Volpi has now thrown two more names into the frame – Wolves and Southampton.
It remains to be seen whether Wolves’ interest is concrete or whether Volpi is resorting to an old agent trick in order to drum up interest in a client who could probably do with a fresh start away from Turin. Sturaro started just eight Serie A games in 2017/18.
Just because Sturaro is struggling for chances at Juventus it does not mean he would not be a fantastic signing for Wolves. The prospect of he and Ruben Neves together in midfield should have supporters drooling.
I have every faith, desperate for a striker tho.— Glyn Picknell (@bullylad1) July 1, 2018
I hope it's a big little thought— WLVES (@adamBriant1993) July 1, 2018
Now we're talking. Heck of a player— STEFAN (@Stefan90wolves) July 1, 2018
You can not compare wolves with juventus. For us, he'd be one hell of a player. Porto fans didn't rate nuno. Benfica fans didn't rate helder costa.....— STEFAN (@Stefan90wolves) July 2, 2018
Haven’t heard about him to be fair but a title winner in their next to neves would be huge get him in— Matthew Dall (@mattwwfc13) July 1, 2018
Was an established Serie A player at Genoa, although I believe he’s found it hard to get game time at Juventus (unsurprising given their midfield). But you must be quite good if Juventus have signed you.— The Wolf (@TheWolfMedia_) July 2, 2018