Wolves have fallen down the pecking order in the race to sign…

Wolves have fallen down the pecking order in the race to sign Southampton striker Che Adams, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The transfer guru said on Thursday (June 6) that Nottingham Forest are ‘ahead of Wolves’ after making an improved offer to the Scotland star. Forest are said to be ‘confident’ about getting it done soon and are waiting to seal the agreement.

Adams is out of contract this summer and has yet to sign a new deal with the Saints. Southampton won promotion to the Premier League but he could still depart.

The 27-year-old netted 17 goals in 46 games for the South Coast club this season and is preparing for EURO 2024. He netted against Gibraltar in a 2-0 win for Scotland on Monday (June 3) and he may want to sort out his future before the tournament begins next week.

Losing out on Adams would represent a huge blow to Gary O’Neil and Wolves. A new striker is a priority for the club this summer and a free transfer move would have represented an astute piece of business. Wolves are limited to what they can do in the transfer market this summer and are unable to spend ‘millions’ by the admission of O’Neil.

The club will have to sell some of their big name stars if they want to make any wholesale changes to their squad. Matheus Cunha recently admitted he is happy but Molineux but there is interest from various Premier League clubs in Pedro Neto. Wolves are believed to value Neto at around £60million.

 

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