Wolverhampton Wanderers are once again interested in the idea of a move for midfielder Franck Kessie in January, a report claims.
Kessie was one player who was repeatedly linked with an exit during the summer, with a number of Premier League teams credited with interest then.
Wolves appeared to be the most serious, with it even being claimed that Milan accepted a €30m bid, while a recent report from La Gazzetta dello Sport suggested that they are still interested in the Ivorian.
Arsenal and Spurs were also credited with interest in the Ivory Coast international but he eventually remained at the club, though his future has become a talking point once again.
According to SportMediaset – as cited by MilanNews.it – Kessie is a target for ‘a few English clubs, above all Wolverhampton’, and Milan have set a €25m price tag for the 22-year-old.
Kessie only joined permanently this summer after the completion of a two-year loan spell (with obligation to buy) from Atalanta, and he has made 10 appearances in Serie A so far this season, scoring once.
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