According to the Daily Mail's live transfer blog (09:50), Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in Celtic defender Kieran Tierney.
A clutch of Premier League sides are attempting to snap up the left-back, whose future at Celtic is in doubt.
Wolves are said to be among the contenders to snap up Tierney, who is valued at £25 million, but the Mail report that the the Scottish international is unlikely to be tempted with a move to Molineux.
Tierney could be forgiven for wanting to stay at Celtic, given his strong affinity with the Bhoys, but if he is thinking of moving to England then he should not overlook Wolves.
Nuno has an extremely exciting project going at Molineux, with Wolves seemingly having huge ambitions for the future.
Wolves have already backed up their bold statements about breaking into the top 10, with their transfer dealings so far, and Tierney could be a great fit.
Nuno encourages his full-backs to push on and attack, which would get the very best out of the Celtic man.
Tierney has proven to be a major offensive weapon for Brendan Rodgers’ side over recent seasons, and at Wolves Tierney would certainly not be have to be restrained from getting forward.
And if Tierney is thinking about moving down south this summer, then he would be unwise to completely disregard Wolves as a potential choice of club, as their system could bring the very best out of him.