After taking Patrick Cutrone, Wolves have now reportedly made a bid for another AC Milan player in Franck Kessie.
The young striker joined the Premier League side on Tuesday in an €18m move, while additional bonuses are set to be paid to the Rossoneri – possibly worth up to €7m.
Not satisfied with that, SportMediaset (via MilanNews.it) claim that Wolves have made a ‘rich offer’ to try and prise Kessie away from San Siro too.
They state that the bid from the Midlands club is around €28million, but currently the Ivorian does not seems to be convinced by the idea of moving to Wolves.
Numerous outlets have suggested though that the Ivorian does face an uncertain future with the Rossoneri under new head coach Marco Giampaolo.
It has been claimed that the decision has been left with Giampaolo regarding Kessie’s future, as he has not yet had a chance to look at the player due to African Cup of Nations commitments.
Kessie only made his move to Milan permanent this summer, joining for a total fee of €32m following an initial two-year loan period.