Martin Braithwaite’s agent, Jorge Mendes, wants the Barcelona forward to join Wolverhampton Wanderers, but West Ham United are interested in him, according to Sport.
What’s the story?
Sport are reporting today that Wolves, West Ham and Brighton and Hove Albion all are interested in signing Braithwaite from Barcelona in the summer transfer window.
Barcelona have financial problems and want to sell the Denmark international forward.
The former Spanish and European champions are willing to sell the 30-year-old forward for €15 million (£12.93m) despite signing him for €18 million (£15.52m)
Braithwaite also has an offer from Russia, but he wants to return to the Premier League.
The former Middlesbrough forward’s agent, Mendes, wants the forward to move to Wolves, but West Ham and Brighton remain interested.
Would Braithwaite make Wolves better?
A quick look at Braithwaite’s stats here would tell you that he is not prolific.
However, the 30-year-old can play out wide, like he did for Denmark at Euro 2020.
Braithwaite is a good attacking player who can complement what Wolves have and give new head coach Bruno Lage another option.
The Barcelona no.9 scored two goals and gave two assists in 11 La Liga starts last season.
The forward also scored three goals and gave one assist in six Champions League appearances.