Wolverhampton Wanderers finished in the top-seven during the recently concluded Premier League campaign.
World Game have reported that the Midlands outfit, along with West Ham United, Newcastle United, Leicester City, Watford and Southampton are keen on Mooy's services.
Huddersfield were relegated during the recently concluded season and it's not a surprise that teams from England's top-flight want to snap up their top talent.
Australia international Mooy, who has scored five goals for his country [transfermarkt], is a versatile midfielder, but he is better suited to sitting deep in midfield.
If he were to move to Wolves then he would be joining a team that recently finished in a European place, but they still have to qualify for the group stages when they return for pre-season in the summer.
Summer signing Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves stood out for Nuno Espirito Santo's this season, but considering they are playing in Europe next term, they'll need more legs across the squad.
There is no doubt that Mooy has the capabilities to play in the Premier League, and in a Nuno system, but whether he is good enough to play at the level they are at currently remains to be seen.
Next season, the task will be even tougher for Nuno and his players because they'll be playing in Europe and they'll be a team that will now be targetted.
Here is a selection of Wolves fans on Twitter reacting to Mooy rumours:
Absolutely, fantastic player.— Matt Cooper (@mcooperwrites) May 2, 2019
Especially if we'll be playing Thursday, Sunday, Thursday, Sunday.... Add to our strength in depth— Joshua Lue (@Josh_Lue) May 2, 2019
No not good enough if we are aiming for the top six— The Real Liquidator (@TheMooresWWFC) May 2, 2019
Not good enough for me— Dan Vincent (@Dan__Vincent) May 2, 2019
100% take him , good player— adrian mcgee (@Adrianmcgee1970) May 2, 2019
Yep. I rate him as a decent premier league midfielder. Our coaches can only improve him as a player.— Irish Wolves (@IrishWolvesFans) May 2, 2019
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