May 26, 2024

Wolves’ offensive capabilities have significantly improved this season under the management of Gary O’Neil. Matheus Cunha and Hwang Hee-Chan have displayed performances that surpass their previous levels. Hwang, in particular, has demonstrated remarkable clinical finishing, scoring 10 goals from just 11 shots on target, constituting more than a third of Wolves’ overall goal tally.

Cunha has also excelled, contributing either goals or assists in six out of his last eight games. Paul Merson has commended Cunha for his exceptional performances. Pedro Neto and Pablo Sarabia have elevated their game as well, actively participating in creating goals and posing significant threats to opposing teams.

In addition to this talented group, there are reports of a potential addition to the team in the form of Che Adams, whose £30,000-per-week contract could bring additional firepower to Wolves.

Che Adams makes Southampton admission after 'tricky' summer transfer window  - HampshireLive

Wolves are currently showing strong interest in Che Adams, considering him as a prominent candidate for potential recruitment.

In the upcoming January transfer window, Wolves are actively seeking additional attacking firepower to bolster their squad and provide support to their standout performers. The imminent departure of Hwang, who is set to participate in the Asian Cup, has underscored the team’s limited options in the forward position.

Che Adams from Southampton is emerging as the favored choice to address this issue. Wolves had pursued the Scottish international last summer, but the deal fell through at the last minute when Southampton withdrew their interest.

As reported by talkSPORT, Che Adams is once again a priority target for Wolves, especially since his contract is set to expire in six months, potentially making him a cost-effective acquisition. This renewed interest in Adams comes after the primary target, Rafiu Durosinmi, had a change of heart regarding a proposed £7 million deal to join Molineux.

Che Adams 2023/24 stats

Adams is a familiar face in the Premier League, making his adaptation to Wolves likely to be swift. Despite spending this season with Southampton in the Championship, he has played a crucial role, contributing six goals and two assists in 21 matches, with two goals in his recent performances. His track record suggests he could be a valuable addition to Wolves, bringing significant depth and quality to O’Neil’s squad.

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