Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly moved to the brink of securing a loan deal for Real Madrid defender Jesus Vallejo.
However, according to Marca, discussions are ongoing regarding a temporary switch to Wolves, who are looking to strengthen their squad ahead of a potential lengthy Europa League campaign.
The report claims that Wolves are 'one step away' from getting a deal over the line, with the transfer potentially being completed later on Thursday.
However, it is also stated that the 22-year-old would return to Spain next summer, rather than sign for Wolves on a permanent basis.
Vallejo has made 12 outings for Real in La Liga, while loan spells have also been spent at Real Zaragoza and Eintracht Frankfurt.