Five potential free agents Wolves could target including 139-goals striker

In the latter part of the summer transfer window, Wolves were able to bolster their roster.

This was expedited by the sale of Matheus Nunes, who left for numerous transactions.

Nevertheless, there are still glaring flaws, and attention needs to be paid to the standout players who are already drawing attention from outside sources.

In light of this, we have selected five players who Wolves should consider moving to Molineux who will be out of contract in 2024.

These five players are the ones that Wolves should consider signing for a free…

Gabriel Barbosa

Brazilian wonderkid Gabriel Barbosa never nearly reached his full potential. At the age of 20, a £25 million transfer from Santos to Inter Milan appeared to indicate he was destined for greatness.

But after just ten games for the Italian team, he had to return to Brazil, where Flamengo was waiting for him. He has stayed here, finishing 242 games with 139 goals and 38 assists. In addition to earning 18 caps for Brazil and five goals.

Given that his contract expires at the end of 2024, he might be a January addition for the upcoming campaign, but if he plans to leave, he might also be available for a low salary this season.

Barbosa would bring some much needed goal scoring experience to this Wolves side and could be devastating up front with Pedro Neto and Hee-Chan Hwang either side.


Mehdi Taremi


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Mehdi Taremi


Last summer, Mehdi Taremi was linked with moves to several of Europe’s top clubs. His qualities speak for themselves; he is the closest thing to Harry Kane you can find.

According to TransferMarkt, he has 82 goals and 50 assists for Porto in Portugal, and he, like Barbosa, would reinforce a position Wolves are desperate for.


His creativity and clinical instincts might be a huge asset to the entire Wolves club, making this a fantastic purchase.

Che Adams

If the two aforementioned choices are out of Wolves’ reach, Che Adams may be the next best option.

Adams, who was linked with a move in the summer, is unlikely to stay at Southampton if they do not win promotion.

He isn’t as prolific as the other two strikers, but he does have Premier League experience.

Tomas Soucek

David Moyes’ former most valuable asset is a defensive midfielder.

However, since the departure of Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek’s role has waned, with Edson Alvarez and James Ward-Prowse favored.

As a result, he may be hesitant to sign a new contract, which is good news for Wolves, who might profit from his defensive and offensive abilities.


Neto has started the season on fire, and it is expected that he will attract interest from around the Premier League.

So, if Neto leaves, Wolves should act quickly to sign his Portuguese counterpart, Rafa, for nothing.

Rafa is in his prime with Benfica at the age of 30. This season, he has three goals and four assists in Liga Portugal, according to TransferMarkt.

If Wolves can sign him, it will be a tremendous coup for them.

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