Coventry City are trying to buy Enobakhare from Wolves for £600,000, while a host of Championship sides have also been alerted to his potential availability.
Enobakhare has just a year left on his current deal at Wolves, and Nuno wants the youngster to be handed a new deal to encourage him to stay.
Wolves are said to be determined to keep Enobakhare at Molineux, as they feel he has ‘enormous potential’.
Enobakhare impressed on a loan spell at Coventry last season, and his form in League One has convinced Wolves that he could impact on their first-team in the future.
However, it remains to be seen whether Enobakhare will pen a new deal with Nuno’s side.
The skilful forward has found game time hard to come by at Wolves, and he may be tempted to move to a club who can offer him more assurances of first-team football.
If Wolves were to lose Enobakhare it would be a blow, but Nuno’s side have such ambitious plans for the future that the 21-year-old really does face a fight if he is to ever become a first-team regular.
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