After already spending €65m on the summer transfer market, Wolverhampton Wanderers are ready to splash the cash again on transfer deadline day. The Premier League newcomers could be welcoming a total of two players on Thursday, who will representing a combined total of €30m.
Reports from England claim that Wolves have reached an agreement for Manchester City’s Oleksandr Zinchenko. The club has been looking at the versatile Ukrainian this summer and hope to persuade him with the prospect of more regular football. Zinchenko played 14 games for City last season, but is aware he is only a back-up at the Premier League champions.
Wolves are also ready to complete the signing of Belgium international Leander Dendoncker from Anderlecht. It is believed that Wolves have already agreed terms with the Belgian giants and that the midfielder will be arriving in England on Thursday to discuss personal terms, to undergo a medical and possibly completing a transfer.
UPDATE: Zinchenko rejects move to Wolverhampton
Oleksandr Zinchenko is set to stay at Manchester City after reportedly rejecting a deadline day move to Wolves. Zinchenko was expected to undergo a medical at the West Midlands club’s Compton Park training ground on Thursday ahead of a £16m move.