According to a report in the Birmingham Mail, Benik Afobe wants to move to Wolverhampton Wanderers on a permanent transfer, and Nuno shouldn’t have to think twice about snapping up the Bournemouth striker.
Afobe has proven his worth at Wolves since signing in the January transfer window, with the rapid forward scoring regularly.
Afobe has hit five goals in his last nine Wolves appearances, and appears fully settled again at Molineux.
And, even if Wolves don’t see Afobe as a permanent starter next season, he would still be a valuable option for Nuno’s side.
Afobe offers Wolves pace and power, and with the creativity of the likes of Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota behind him, he is perfect for stretching opposition defences.
Afobe still has much to prove at the top level, after a rather indifferent spell at Bournemouth, but Wolves shouldn’t have to think twice about giving him an opportunity to step up at Molineux.