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Why the Wolves didn’t sign Sven Botman even though the player ‘almost agreed to join’


Why the Wolves didn't sign Sven Botman even though the player 'almost agreed to join'

Wolves summer window

The Wolves would make six transfers during the summer transfer window.

Rayan Ait-Nouri’s move to England would become permanent for the summer after previously being with the club on loan.

José Sa was also hired to replace outgoing Rui Patricio who joined José Mourinho’s Roma.

Young talents Yerson Mosquera and Bendeguiz Bolla were the Midlands side’s other two permanent signings, while Francisco Trincao and Hee-chan Hwang were also loaned out.

Why the Wolves didn't sign Sven Botman even though the player 'almost agreed to join'

PORTO, PORTUGAL – FEBRUARY 8: Bruno Lage, the manager of SL Benfica, gives instructions to his team during the Liga Nos match between FC Porto and SL Benfica at Estadio do Dragao on February 08, 2020 in Porto, Portugal . (Photo by Quality Sport Images / Getty Images)

However, despite a fairly active summer, the wolves failed to strengthen themselves in several key areas.

It seemed obvious that Bruno Lage and company. they were looking to add a central midfielder to their ranks, with late moves for Renato Sanches of Lille and Boubacar Kamara of Marseille promoted.

However, neither move would be delayed on the day of the deadline, and the Wolves are said to have decided not to sign Sanches due to his injury issues.

There were also reports on the day of the deadline that the Wolves wanted to sign Cardiff forward Kieffer Moore, but that move didn’t happen.

Why the wolves didn’t sign Botman

And, in news likely to disappoint many Wolves fans, it appears the club tried to sign Sven Botman, but that deal didn’t go through either.

The athletic He reported that Botman had almost agreed to join the Wolves of Lille.

However, the sticking point was the fee. The wolves offered £ 25 million, but Lille wants around £ 10 million more and neither party would budge on their demands.

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