Bakary Sako is currently a free agent after his contract with Wolverhampton Wanderers expired.
He has been linked with Aston Villa, West Brom, Everton and Leicester, but as yet nothing has happened.
As much as you can tell from local media reports it looked like the 27-year-old Mali international was all set to join West Brom, but then reports in the E&S that his agent was chasing a potential £80,000-a-week deal seemed to be the catalyst for the deal going quiet.
The next link came via the Leicester Mercury who reported that Leicester had offered Sako £50,000-a-week and were favourites for his signature, but again nothing transpired.
In fact it now all appears to be a bit of a mystery with Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett none the wiser about where his next move will be.
“There was rumours he was coming last week to Clairefontaine, but I didn`t see him.
“I think we left him some tickets on the door.’ Jackett told the Express & Star.
He continued: ‘I don`t know, you hear different things but I haven`t read or seen or heard that he`s signed for anybody.
“I presume he`s still got options but I don`t know what those options are.
“I only really know what I`ve seen in the media. There have been a lot of clubs previously linked with him but it seems to have gone quiet lately.”
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