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Wolves Keeping Their Tabs On This In Demand Sunderland Forward: What Can He Bring To The Table?

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Ayush Chaurasia
Sports Management Graduate. Wannabe sports manager/writer and researcher. If not found disscussing about sports, will be seen talking about movies or tv shows. Miserable rest of the times.

According to The Daily Star Sunday (page 49), Wolves are being linked to Sunderland forward Joel Asoro who could be on his way to other clubs after the Black Cats were relegated to the third tier of English football. The Swedish forward managed just four goals in all competitions but that is largely down to their poor overall performance as the forward didn’t have much service to play off.

The West Midlands club have shown ambition in the transfer market since Fosun International took over in 2016. As a result, Wolves have made their way to the Premier League and they are looking to establish themselves in the English top tier. They have been able to attract players from top clubs and it is clear that they will be strengthening their side in the upcoming transfer market.

The 19-year-old has just one year of contract left at his current club and it is very likely that Sunderland will not be able to hold on to their prized young asset. The club is in absolute shambles on and off the pitch and one doesn’t see a young and talented player like Asoro sticking with them for long.

Asoro has represented Sweden at various youth levels and his record is extremely good at the u17 level where he scored 14 goals in 21 appearances.

He might not have scored a lot of goals at the Stadium of Light but he has been one of the rare bright sparks at the club which has suffered successive relegations. The team is financially in doldrums and it is expected that they will have to sell some of their players to generate funds.

Asoro is known for his blistering pace and his impeccable finishing skills. He is good with both feet and that gives him a huge advantage when he is in the opposition penalty box as he can have a shot with either of his foot. Asoro started his playing career in Stockholm and since then he has built a good reputation in the footballing world.

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Before getting into the first eleven, it is likely that Asoro will have to bide his time on the bench. It is clear that a player of his calibre is certainly good enough to play in a higher division and Wolves can bring him in keeping the future in mind as the young forward with Ghanian roots has a huge potential and maybe 3-4 years down the line, he can be an established name in the English football circuit.

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