Wolves urged to whole 'no brainer' discharge disburden plunge
Wolverhampton Wanderers unburden news - Wolves retain been linked with a take for Belgian defender Jan Vertonghen
Wolverhampton Wanderers retain been linked with a move for Belgian centre-back Jan Vertonghen.
The 33-year-old is a discharge agent this summer after running down his betroth at Tottenham Hotspur and a symbol of teams are reportedly interested in signing him.
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suggest Roma, Atletico Madrid and Wolves are keen to badge Vertonghen ahead of the modern season.
The defender made in excess of 300 appearances during eight years with Spurs, including 232 in the Premier League.
s retain been looking for a fresh centre-back over the last two years, with unable to spot a suitable candidate as of yet.
Nuno tends to target younger players with room to fashion on the probation impetus but he has been strained to experience in the bygone in the congeal of Rui Patricio and Joao Moutinho, both of whom are major players in the set-up at Wolves.
And supporters reacting to the interlock with Vertonghen assume he would be an prototype signing.
Here's how a selection reacted on social media. Have your chat in the selection below too...
@dangy98: "Yes, experienced leader who has played at the best excellence consistently for years. Would bolster the safeguard and add depth to the side. A no brainer for me."
Stuart George: "In a emotions beat, eminent experience for the locker room before even considering him as a player."
Ian Tofts: "Yes - left sided soul back who can acting left back."
Callum Wood: "100%, don’t envisage he would sign for us though, I imagine he bequeath hold some upright offers abroad too."