May 24, 2024

He might make a terrific addition to their roster this summer.
Wolves have already started planning for next season, and they are apparently interested in signing a teenager who is currently on loan in Portugal.

Wolves eyeing up attacking additions

It is no secret that Gary O’Neil’s Wolves are lacking in attacking depth at the moment. They were forced to give 20-year-old academy striker Tawanda Chirewa his first Premier League start against Arsenal due to a slew of injuries, with Pablo Sarabia the only senior attacker on the bench as he recovered from his own injury.

O’Neil had anticipated this might happen in January, when Wolves failed to sign Armando Broja.

“We had a Premier League number nine lined up to come in and help us and a fairly small amount of money stopped us doing it” , he said. Unfortunately, budgetary constraints prevented the club from assisting us in this matter.

“The club’s current condition is becoming clear. You can see now why the goal at the beginning of the season was to remain in the Premier League.”

They want to strengthen their attacking ranks as well as add a striker this summer, and they’ve lined up a winger to help them do so.

Wolves make offer for “incredible” Gomes

Rodrigo Gomes (G.D Estoril Praia) – Scout Report – Target Scouting


According to reports, Wolves have already begun their attack restructure and have made an offer for another Portuguese player. The Midlands club has bought a lot of talent from Portugal in recent seasons, with mainly positive outcomes – sorry Fabio Silva.

Pedro Neto, Ruben Neves, and Matheus Nunes have all been successful in Molineux, and they are now looking to return to that market.

According to Portuguese outlet Record [via Sport Witness], they plan to achieve this through SC Braga forward Rodrigo Gomes, who is presently on loan at Estoril for the season. He has thrived during his time away from Braga, with the 20-year-old scoring five goals and providing seven assists in 26 Portuguese top flight appearances this season.

His performances on X have been deemed “incredible” by U23 scout Antonio Mango, and Wolves clearly agree, as they dispatched a scout to watch him play again over the weekend, this time against Chaves, which ended 2-2.

According to the source, Wolves have already made a tentative offer for his services, submitting a 5 million euro bid to bring him to Molineux, despite being characterized as a’relatively low bid’ for the talent, who is now earning roughly £2,500 per week.


Nonetheless, it is a clear expression of purpose from the Premier League club, which might include another young Portuguese talent next season.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *