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Wolves Planning a Permanent Raid for Attacker in January Transfer Window

Diogo Jota

In the hopes of finally strengthening their for the next campaign next season in the Championship, Wolverhampton Wanderers are reported to be looking to seal a permanent deal over Diogo Jota in January, which will be according to Express.

The Atletico Madrid youngster has been in the loan business for the Spanish club, as he previously enjoyed a loan spell at Porto back in August 2016 just after penning down a five-year contract with Madrid.

The Wolves have been reported to be wanting the Portuguese star on a permanent basis with the club, and that the Championship club will be presented an opportunity to sign the young attacker by the end of the season, when his loan spell expires. But the Wolves wants to try out their luck when the Winter tranfser winndow pops open.

The report made us understands that the Wanderers are currently planning to launch a huge bid for the young attacker, and that it won’t be exceeding the club record fee spent to bring in Ruben Neves from Porto.

Life with the championship club has been really good for the Portuguese youngster, as he looked to have fitted in to the club and quickly adapted to the team playing style, which has seen him find the back of the net six times in just 12 appearances for the club.

The Portuguese star is currently being deployed on the left wing, which has made him excelled to the team and fast become a key important figure in the team. The Wolves will be giving all they had to make sure the permanent deal go through this coming transfer window or the next.

With this brillant performance Jota is uping in his game, could make up quite a competition for the Wolves if other top clubs come gunning for the young attacker from the Premier League.

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