Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen on signing Newcastle United winger Allan Saint-Maximin, the Daily Mail report.
Saint-Maximin has enjoyed a wonderful first season at Newcastle, where his performances have really caught the eye.
The Frenchman has shown his dribbling ability and been Newcastle’s biggest attacking threat throughout the season.
Wolves now feel that he could make an excellent addition at Molineux, and are said to be determined to sign him.
Nuno’s side are ‘focussed’ on bringing Saint-Maximin to Molineux, it is claimed, as Wolves looks to add even more attacking quality to their squad.
If Wolves were able to sign Saint-Maximin he could make them a huge danger next term, as defending against him and Adama Traore would be a nightmare.
The pair are arguably the two finest dribblers in the whole of the Premier League and would make a formidable wing pairing at Wolves.
Newcastle will surely be determined to keep hold of Saint-Maximin though, especially as Bruce has only ever spoken positively about the trickster.
“I said when Saint-Maximin walked in he will excite people,” Bruce said to Football 365.
“His natural ability is scary. He has a bit to learn too, and if he does, if he sorts the other bits out, we have a hell of a player on our hands.
“He is always a threat, wants to get past you and that is a dying art. He has that natural ability in abundance.”