Wolves now told to sign 27-year-old who has already scored 15 goals

Wolves owe their 2-1 victory over AFC Bournemouth to Sasa Kalajdzic’s heroics off the bench. For the second time this season, the Austrian striker was the man of the match in the closing minutes, lifting Gary O’Neil’s side seven points above the relegation zone.

Matheus Cunha, who started at the front, was also on the scoresheet inside two minutes of the resumption. Pedro Neto was unlucky not to score two goals in the encounter, with a left-footed shot crashing into the crossbar early on.
Only seven of the 21 efforts at the Vitality Stadium were on target, and it wasn’t until a blunder by Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto that Kalajdzic got his first look at goal. Although this may seem harsh, Wolves are still lacking an out-and-out striker.

O’Neil’s admission that he is concerned about the size of his team suggests that Molineux is already preparing for the January transfer window. As always, money resources will play a significant influence in how much O’Neil can handle the issue, but for some supporters, the priority is critical.
A few supporters commented on the next transfer window in Birmingham.live’s coverage of O’Neil’s statements on Saturday. Some expressed worry about losing Pedro Neto, while others were buoyed by O’Neil’s candor about the situation.


“There is currently a lack of talent and experience on our bench,” one user stated. That needs to be addressed in the coming year. (Matt Doherty) should not have played yesterday, but there were no other options. That is not acceptable. enough in the Premier League and will be a great disadvantage as the season progresses if the situation is not improved.”

“We need (Jean-Ricner) Bellegarde in again ASAP, I believe he will be worth his price,” stated another. But we have to sign a striker in January.” Following this fan’s comment, another request for a new number nine was made. “I think we need a back-up for Kalajdzic,” another enthusiast suggested. “Matheus Cunha and Hwang (Hee-chan) are neither strikers. As a result, (Fabio) Silva is the backup striker.

Given Kalajdzic’s poor injury record, that’s why I’d like to see another backup for him. We don’t want to be left with only Silva as a recognized striker in the middle of the season. What is required is deep strength.”

Football is, of course, a contentious sport. What some feel is Wolves’ objective in January may not be duplicated by the Wolverhampton recruitment squad.


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Serhou Guirassy of Stuttgart is the hottest number nine in Europe right now. The 27-year-old has now scored 15 goals in nine games this season, including eight from his first eight shots on goal, outscoring Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland, and Harry Kane.

According to Sky Germany, a release clause of €17.5 million (£15.2 million) will be in effect beginning in January and lasting until the next summer season. According to Florian Plettenberg, the striker has no plans to leave the Bundesliga in January, although the Premier League is tough to pass up.

Despite the fact that there are no obvious links to Guirassy, a move for the Guinea international would be a massive statement of purpose for Wolves. Fans adore goal scorers, and he is unquestionably one.

At £15.2 million, the deal isn’t as risky for Wolves as it would be for one of Europe’s biggest teams. Arsenal and Chelsea are more likely to spend more on players like Ivan Toney or Victor Osimhen, leaving Guirassay free.

A front three of Pedro Neto, Guirassy, and Hwang is almost certain to thrill supporters. Only time will tell what the striker’s status will be in 2024.


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