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Wolves are now after Manchester United's Marcos Rojo.
The 2017/18 Championship winners have done a madness during this summer window, snapping up some excellent talent including goalkeeper Rui Patricio and midfielder Joao Moutinho, among many others.
And Nuno Espírito Santo is now targeting a defensive addition in the shape of Rojo.
What's more, it appears Wolves are "closing in on a deal" for the Argentina international according to Telegraph.
Wolves move for Marcos Rojo as Manchester United prepare huge bid for Harry Maguire https://t.co/8suek7511P
- Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) July 27, 2018
Rojo's transfer will reportedly cost Wolves £25 million with Jose Mourinho clearing his books ahead of the potential arrival of Harry Maguire.
United continue to be heavily linked with a move for Leicester City's Maguire. Reports are suggesting a £65 million offer is set to be tabled.
Maguire enhanced his reputation following a superb World Campaign. He starred for England as they reached the semi-final in Russia.
As well as Maguire, Mourinho is believed to be keeping tabs on Spurs' Toby Alderweireld.
Anyway, Wolves have already signed Diogo Jota, Willy Boly, Benik Afobe (who swiftly left for Stoke City), Leo Bontini, Raul Jimenez, Jonny Castro and the aforementioned Patricio and Moutinho.
Is Rojo set to be their latest signing?
Who else is heading to Molineux before the close of the window?
Watch this space.
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