Reportedly available for £35m, Steven N'Zonzi would be a superb signing for Wolves

Steven N'Zonzi of Sevilla FC (L) competes for the ball with Djene Dakonam of Getafe CF (R)  during the La Liga match between Sevilla and Getafe at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on January...

Wolverhampton Wanderers should consider a move for the Sevilla ace.

Manager of Wolves, Nuno Espirito Santo looks on during the Carabao Cup Fourth Round match between Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Etihad Stadium on October 24, 2017 in...

Nuno Espirito Santo already has an incredibly strong group of players at his disposal at Wolves, but if he is to guide them to a top half finish in the Premier League table this season, he will undoubtedly need to add further quality to his ranks during the summer transfer window.

One particular area where the Portuguese will want to address is his central midfield ranks, and the addition of a top class ball-winner will surely feature prominently on the Wolves manager's summer wish-list.

Ruben Neves is a guaranteed starter for the Black Country outfit, but the other central midfield role is up for grabs, with the jury still out regarding Romain Saiss' ability to cut it at the very highest level.

Sevilla's French midfielder Steven N'Zonzi (L) vies with Manchester United's Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez during a last 16 second leg UEFA Champions League football match between...

With this in mind, Wolves should consider a bold move for Sevilla ace Steven N'Zonzi, who has a release clause worth £35 million inserted into his current contract with the La Liga side, according to the Metro.

The France international's game is built around power and pace, and his box-to-box nature would provide Nuno with an entirely different option in the middle of the park.

France's midfielder Steven N'Zonzi arrives for a press conference in Clairefontaine-en-Yvelines near Paris on November 7, 2017 as part of the France national team's preparation for the...

N'Zonzi, 29, also has experience of playing in the Premier League, having spent time with Blackburn Rovers and Stoke City, meaning that his transition back to English football should be a seamless one.

Wolves will surely be backed sufficiently once again by their ambitious owners this summer, and spending £35 million on the Sevilla midfielder could turn out to be excellent business for the Black Country outfit.

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