Wolves get a transfer boost thanks to the 16 million Lage. Abu Dhabi offers a 16 million situation

Wolves get a transfer boost thanks to the 16 million Lage. Abu Dhabi offers a 16 million situation ...

According to Goal, Shakhtar Donetsk forward Pedrinho has rejected a 16 million contract to Al-Ain. Boosting Premier League outfits Wolverhampton Wanderers

If a visit to Molineux is still on the cards, then it''s possible.

In April, a Pedrinhos agent told Jorge Nicola that Wolves had set up advanced discussions with a twinkle-toed forward who played under Bruno Lage for a brief stint at Benfica during the second half of the 2019/20 season.

This week, however, things have gone silent since then. At least in terms of Wolves.

Two months after a Pedrinhos employee was aware of Wolves, speculation about a potential return to Brazil has popped up. With the Russian invasion of Ukraine continuing, the Shakhtar-owned Pedrinho is currently keeping himself fit at the training ground of former employees Corinthians.

Atletico Mineiro, the reigning Brazilian champions, is in negotiations. Pedrinho would leave the Serie A winners on loan until the summer of 2023, with Atletico retaining the possibility to sign the 24-year-old on a permanent basis of around 16 million people.

According to the report, Pedrinho would be pleased to offer a contract with Atletico.

Assuming that staying in Donetsk is not the answer, and with Pedrinho returning to Abu Dhabi at least on loan or joining a club in one of Europe''s major leagues, there are only two possibilities to choose.

Pedrinho explained that no matter where I am, I just want to play football and demonstrate my potential a few weeks ago. Whether in Europe or here in Brazil.

I am extremely calm.Every footballer dreams of going to Europe, but I do not think there is any need to stay in Brazil.

So far this summer, the Wolves are unlikely to bring in a single new face. Fulham are expected to snatch Joao Palhinha from under Lages nose, while Gabriel Slonina is heading to Chelsea. River Plates Enzo Fernandez is a contender.

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