Wolves are reportedly looking at a deal for Hoffenheim’s Brazilian forward Joelinton, according to reports from Wolves reporter Tim Spiers.
The Brazilian was in top form last season, and has attracted interest from numerous clubs across Europe.
Wolves are reportedly keen on the striker, but Hoffenheim’s hefty asking price is reportedly putting the Black Country side off making a bid.
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The Bundesliga team are demanding over £45 million for the Brazilian forward, and Wolves are unlikely to bid anything near this figure.
Joelinton scored eleven goals for Hoffenheim last season, and is touted with being a talent for the future.
The 22-year-old has been linked with Wolves and Newcastle United, but no bids have yet been made for the striker.
Hoffenheim signed Joelinton back in 2015, but sent him out on loan to Rapid Wien for two seasons.
On his return, he netted a hat-trick in the German cup, before going on to be a vital player for the Bundesliga side.