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.
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.
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.