Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham are reportedly keen on signing the Croatian.

According to a report from Italian media outlet Tuttosport, Premier League duo Wolves and Fulham are keen to sign Juventus winger Marko Pjaca this month.

The 23-year-old is currently on loan with Fiorentina, but he has hardly set the world alight, chalking up just one goal and an assist in 16 Serie A appearances thus far.

Pjaca does have plenty of potential, however, and he possesses all of the ingredients needed to be a success at the very highest level.

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Italian publication Tuttosport claims that Fiorentina are undecided about signing the Croatian permanently, leaving the door open to Wolves a Fulham, with both Premier League clubs thought to be interested in bringing the exciting winger to England.

According to another Italian media outlet Calcio Mercato, Juventus are willing to let Pjaca leave initially on loan, with an option to buy for just €20 million (£17.9 million).

The Croatian star is a wonderfully exciting talent, and should either Wolves or Fulham manage to sign him for the fee mentioned above, it would surely have to be considered as great business for them.

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