Wolves are keen to add to their attacking options and, reportedly, are keeping tracks on Swedish striker Jack Lahne, with Middlesbrough also said to be tracking him.
Born in Zambia, Lahne was adopted at an early age and grew up in Sweden, making his debut for his local team IF Brommapojkarna as a 16-year old. He has since gone on to play 21 times for the cub, and has 4 goals so far to his name.
His form has begun to attract interest outside Sweden, and Wolves had scouts in the stadium to watch him play for Brommapojkarna against Norrkoping on Wednesday night.
According to Expressen, Lange is likely to cost 15 million Swedish Kroner (£1.3 million).
Meanwhile, Wolves have also finally resolved the transfer of goalkeeper Rui Patricio by agreeing to pay his former club Sporting £16 million for the services of the Portuguese international, bring to an end their long-running dispute.
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