Despite plenty of speculation, it has been a quiet summer so far for Wolverhampton Wanderers when it comes to official transfers but fans can expect things to hot up in the coming couple of weeks as the new season nears and a new name on the rumour mill this weekend was Brentford’s young talent, Ezri Konsa.
Their wasn’t much to the claim by The Telegraph on Sunday in fairness, but the 21-year-old has long been rated as he makes his way in the game.
Having come through Charlton Athletic’s academy ranks, he featured 96 times for them (nine substitute showings) according to Soccerbase before making the switch to the Championship and Brentford last summer.
He played 47 times for them last season, returning one goal and he is a ball player centre-half so would tick the boxes that you’d expect head coach Nuno Espirito Santo to be interested in.
The young lad is also an England Under 21 international and it’s been reported that we are looking to strike a £12million deal for him. For that price, if he settles and makes the step up as many think he can, he could turn out to be an absolute bargain.