According to The Sun, Wolverhampton Wanderers are now entering the race to sign Club Bruggestar Odilion Kossounou.

It’s claimed that boss Nuno Espirito Santo wants to focus on adding a new centre back this summer, and Kossounou is a top target.

However, Inter Milan and AC Milan are both keen too, and he would cost around £20million to prise away from the Belgian side.

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That’s a big step up for Kossounou, as he was with ASEC Abidjan in his native Ivory Coast and then had a brief spell with Hammarby in Sweden before heading to Club Brugge.

Kossounou has become a star in Belgium, racking up 28 appearances for Club Brugge whilst also picking up his first cap for Ivory Coast.

A tall and rapid centre back with real aggression in the way he defends, Kossounou looks set for a huge future – most likely away from Club Brugge.

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The Mirror claim that Arsenal want to sign Kossounou too, meaning Wolves could offer them major competition for his signature.

At just 20, Kossounou is a real talent for the future – and he could find his way to England this summer. Whether it’s the Midlands or North London remains to be seen.

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