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Wolves are at the front of the queue to sign Benfica attacker Joao Felix, according to the Mirror.

The newspaper reports on their website that Wolves will be in the driving seat to sign the 19-year-old if the Europa League side decide to sell.

The report adds that Wolves’ link with agent Jorge Mendes means that they will be first in the running to swoop for the youngster, who has had interest from a number of teams across Europe – however, due to this interest, Wolves will have to convince the in-demand star that Molineux is the best place for him to go.

It is understood that Felix “won’t come on the cheap” either.

Good move for Wolves?

Yes, it would definitely be a great move for Wolves. Felix is a sought-after player and has admiration from across Europe, so he would really be a shrewd addition to the team. He has broken into the first team at Benfica, and at 19, big things are expected of him. This is a very exciting prospect for Wolves, and they should count themselves very lucky indeed if they are the ones that end up signing him.


Likely to happen?

With super-agent Jorge Mendes helping Wolves to be in pole position to sign Felix, then you would assume that a move would be on the cards. However, the report states that they would have to convince Felix that Wolves is the best club for him to join, despite also attracting interest from other clubs in Europe. This could prove difficult for them to do, so it is best for Wolves fans not to get too excited just yet.

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