Wolves eye Jordan Young deal

Blackburn Rovers manager Paul Lambert

HITC Sports understands Wolves line up Swindon starlet.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers are planning a move for highly-rated Swindon Town youngster Jordan Young when the transfer window reopens in January.

Young has come through the ranks at Swindon and he turned down a move to Chelsea at the age of 12.

Young is regarded as one of the best young prospects in the country after breaking into the Swindon first-team last season at the age of 16.

Luke Williams - Swindon manager

The midfielder made three appearances for the Robins last season, including scoring in the win over Shrewsbury Town to become the club's third all-time youngest goal-scorer.

Young, who has gone on to make two appearances so far this term, was rewarded for his progress with a three-year professional contract in August.

The 17-year-old's emergence at the County Ground has brought him to the attention of clubs higher up the football pyramid who have been monitoring his development since last season.

Wolves are long-term admirers of Young having tried to sign the teenager in the summer, but they are now hoping to steal a march on their rivals by lining up a deal for the teenager in the January transfer window.

Former Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert

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