Lage ready to sell longtime Wolves star, £ 3million man could replace him

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Bruno Lage is ready to take advantage of Premier League veteran Willy Boly with Wolverhampton Wanderers looking to provide defensive reinforcements, reports The Mail.

Whatever happens by the end of the January transfer window, Boly will go down in Molineux folklore as one of the most influential and important players in recent Wolves history.

Alfred N’Diaye, Nouha Dicko and Danny Batth all wore Old Gold when the Ivorian international arrived on loan from Porto in June 2017.

Boly joined a club that had limped at 15e place finish the championship a few weeks earlier.

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Five years later, Boly could leave as some sort of modern-day club legend. Even though his stay in the Black Country is about to end with a moan rather than a roar.

Due to a combination of injuries and the increasingly impressive form of Conor Coady, Romain Saiss and Max Kilman, Boly has not made a single Premier League appearance since Bruno Lage replaced Nuno Espirito Santo on the Molineux hotseat.

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And, according to The Mail, Wolves are unlikely to embarrass the 30-year-old if he receives an offer by the end of the month.

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Despite six months of inactivity, Boly should not miss opportunities from elsewhere. There are certainly a few Premier League clubs that could do with a defender of his ilk.

Yes, we are looking at you Newcastle United.

The Mail adds that Lage still hopes to provide defensive reinforcements. Potential new hires could push Boly even lower in the pecking order.

Wolves are said to be in the process of closing a £ 3million deal for Raul Jimenez’s fellow Mexican international Carlos Salcedo.

Duje Caleta-Car, Nikola Milenkovic and Lille target Newcastle United and AC Milan Sven Botman are also on the club’s radar.

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