Wolverhampton Wanderers are waiting to make their first signing of this transfer window but the rumour mill continues to link players to the club.

Here’s a round-up of the latest transfer news surrounding Wolves.

Possible signings

Douglas Costa

Wolves are keeping tabs on Brazilian winger Douglas Costa, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

Costa is on loan at Bayern Munich from Juventus. However, he is out favour under manager Hansi Flick, starting just three Bundesliga games this season.

Manchester United are also keeping an eye on Costa.

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Diego Costa

Wolves are in the market for a striker to replace the injured Raul Jimenez and Diego Costa fits the bill, according to the Daily Mail.

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The former Chelsea forward is a free agent having recently left Atletico Madrid.

Costa scored 52 goals in 89 appearances for Chelsea in the Premier League.

Centre-half search

Tim Spiers, Wolves reporter for The Athletic, has said the club plans to sign a central defender – if not in this transfer window then definitely the next.

The journalist wrote in The Athletic: “From what I’m told, they’ll make this position a priority in the summer.”

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Possible departure

Adama Traore

Liverpool, Manchester City and Leeds are all being linked with a move for Wolves star Adama Traore in this window, according to Sport.

The former Barcelona winger is reportedly eager to move away from Molineux but Wolves aren’t prepared to let him go for anything less than £35m.

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One who got away

Angelo Stiller

Nuno Espirito Santo has missed out on German wonderkid Angelo Stiller. The 19-year-old has joined Hoffenheim from Bayern Munich, as reported by Fussball Transfers.

Wolves and Arsenal had been monitoring the youngster’s situation. Despite being a big hope for Bayern fans, the academy graduate rarely featured in Bayern’s senior team before making the switch to Hoffenheim.

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