as reported by the birmingham mail,
Sometimes it only takes a tweet to spark a frenzy of transfer excitement.
That’s certainly the case for Wolves fans after the latest social media post by AC Milan strker Andre Silva.
The Milan forward tweetd a picture of his new Nike football boots with the words ‘The gold standard for strikers. Game of Gold.
That was enough for Wolves fans to get excited, as you can see below:
WolvesTruth : Ahhh, New Gold and Black Nike boots, to go with the new Nike gold and black Wolves shirt. I like it.
Gavin: Great boots fantastic colours will fit nicely with your new strip next season
Paul Gronow: All ready for you now,just sign on the dotted line
Dan Vincent: Would go perfect with a wolves shirt
Canis Lupus: I imagine Uncle Jorge will be on the phone tomorrow, son. You know it makes sense.
Wolves hope to beat off competition from Arsenal and Monaco for AC Milan striker Andre Silva according to reports.
The Mirror claims the Portuguese forward has failed to live up to expectations since his £34m move from Porto to the San Siro last summer and they claim that club’s relationship with Jorge Mendes and Premier League football, means the move to Molineux could appeal.
Especially with Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo in charge, having previously worked together with the Dragons.
The Mirror reckon competition for the 22-year-old will come from the Gunners, as well as Monaco and Valencia .
Despite struggling in the league, Silva has mustered a more respectable eight goals in 14 Europa League games.
This isn’t the first time SIlva has been linked with a club record move to Molineux.
The rumour first emerged towards the end of the January transfer window but nothing materialised.
Wolves have reportedly made contact with long-standing target Anderson Talisca.
Turkish website Fotomac states that Wolves have reminded the Benfica star’s agent of their interest in the forward.
The website claims that Wolves have been in touch with his manager Carlos Leite, only to be reminded that his future is in the hands of Besiktas.
The Brazilian is into the second season of a two-year loan at Turkish side Besiktas from Benfica and he’s been finding the net regularly.
He currently has 18 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions this season.
The 24-year-old is also being eyed by Manchester United