Report: Wolves in talks to sign 35-cap titan wanted by Newcastle & Villa


Wolves are reportedly still in talks to sign Belgium international Jason Denayer on a free transfer, with Aston Villa and Newcastle United also linked with the former Olympique Lyonnais star in the summer window.

According to Het Nieuwsblad, Bruno Lage’s side remain in talks with the 27-year-old centre-back, with no breakthrough between the two sides yet, with Wolves keen to sign the defender after adding Diego Costa to their ranks. closing of the transfer window.

Denayer has been a free agent since the end of last season when the former Celtic star left Lyon when his contract expired, but despite reported interest from Newcastle and Villa, the defender is yet to sign a deal with a new club. Wolves are now seemingly trying to win the race.

The 35-cap Belgium defensive titan was key to Lyon’s run to the 2020 UEFA Champions League semi-finals, but even though Denayer is now a free agent, the clubs are seemingly battling to sign the centre-back, while Wolves are yet to make a breakthrough in talks with the centre-back.

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In fact, Denayer was one of Lyon’s highest-paid players last season and according to the report, wages could be the reason Wolves find it difficult to agree a deal with the defender on a possible deal with the scale of Lage’s sporting project. also a potential obstacle for defenders.

While Wolves have time to complete a deal to sign Denayer, the Premier League side look set to seal a move sooner rather than later and the 27-year-old must be sold as part of the project if he is to join. Molineux side in the coming days.

Denayer could be a great signing for Wolves and their long-term ambitions

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Sporting reasons and belief in the project are always good reasons for a player to decide whether or not to sign for a new club and for Denayer, the centre-back considering the option with Wolves will seemingly see a defender. to join the Premier League in the coming days.

After all, Wolves’ project under Lage is quite exciting and even if their form is yet to pick up this season, Denayer can play a big part in turning around the club’s fortunes as the centre-back is more than ready to play. English top.

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