Wolves Plotting Shock Move For This Sensational PSG Defensive Ace: Is He Worth The Fuss?

Wolves are interested in securing the services of Paris Saint-Germain youngster Moussa Sissako this summer. According to recent reports, the West Midlands side are planning to make a move for the highly rated Clichy-born defender when the transfer window opens in the summer. It is believed that the PSG starlet has an offer on the table to extend his stay at the French capital while a whole host of English clubs are also keeping track on his progress at Paris this season.

Some sources are claiming that Nuno Espirito Santo’s team are plotting a move for his signature as they look to build towards a bigger and brighter future at the Molineux Stadium. However, they will face stiff competition from Brighton & Hove Albion in pursuit of the youngster’s services in the off-season. 

Recent reports suggest that the Wolves are preparing for life in the Premier League and have built a young squad to take on the challenges of the English top-flight. They are now looking to recruit Sissako to join Santo’s revolution at the West Midlands club. The 17-year-old has graduated from the Paris Saint-Germain Academy after playing in both their Under 17 and Under 19 teams so far.

It has also been disclosed that the youngster’s representatives have met with the Wolves chiefs during a recent visit to the club’s training centre. The West Midlands outfit has already tabled an official offer for his services which means that the PSG starlet has three options to choose from.

Sissako can either opt to stay with the Parisian giants or make a move to English football to join the Seagulls or the Wolves this summer. At the mere age of 17, he has massive potential to be a future world-beater in European football. It could also prove to be a shrewd move for the Championship winners if they can pull off such a deal in the coming months.

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The PSG wonderkid has made 4 appearances in the UEFA Youth League this season and has impressed with his performances at that level. He is exactly the kind of talent who can flourish under the guidance of Nuno Espirito Santo in the coming years. It remains to be seen what lies ahead in the future of Sissako and whether he ends up making a switch to the Molineux Stadium in the upcoming transfer period.

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