Wolves are reportedly close to agreeing a permanent deal for loanee defender Willy Boly this summer.
Wolves are set to get their summer business underway by securing a permanent deal for loanee defender Willy Boly after his impressive debut campaign in the Championship, according to the Express & Star
The commanding central defender played a pivotal role in Nuno Espirito Santo’s title-winning season, and the manager has allegedly seen fit to reward him with a permanent contract.
The Porto man scored three times in 37 appearances for Wolves last term in the Championship and was an ever-present in a solid rear-guard all season, ending with his side comfortably securing the title, nine points clear of Cardiff City.
Now Wolves are on the verge of prisng the defender away from the Estadio do Dragao permanently, with the 27-year-old costing around £10million, according to the report.
It remains to be seen whether the Frenchman can replicate his solid form against Premier League opposition next season, although until now there have been no suggestions he has sufficient weaknesses in his game.
Wolves fans will hope the deal can be wrapped up and the club can continue pursuits of further quality additions, ensuring they have a chance of prospering in England’s top flight next term.