The Express and Star have reported that Wolverhampton Wanderers have finalised a permanent deal to sign Willy Boly this summer.
Not knowing whether he would be staying in the West Midlands wasa a source of some concern for Wanderers fans, but The Express and Star claims that a £10 million long-term deal is all but done.
In addition to that, the report adds that a £13 million move for Diogo Jota is also "in hand".
The Portuguese hitman, who netted 17 Championship goals for Wolves last season, belongs to Atletico Madrid, but The Express and Sport reckon that the 21-year-old star could follow Boly to Molineux in signing a permanent deal.
Considering their value to Nuno Espirito Santo's side this past season, signing both on a long-term arrangement would be a fantastic way to kick off the summer spending - and it surely won't stop there.
Wolves have been linked with a host of big names as they prepare for what promises to be a tough season back in the top flight next term. They certainly have the personnel, not to mention the resources, to do very well in the Premier League next season and it'll be intriguing to see what kind of business Nuno can do over the coming months.
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