Wolverhampton Wanderers have allegedly held talks with Jorge Mendes regarding the potential transfer of AC Milan forward Andre Silva.
Since the start of 2018, Wolves have been linked with an approach for Silva, despite the frontman only being a year into a long-term contract at San Siro.
Milan are also said to be against selling the Portuguese international but the 22-year-old could be used to generate much-needed funds in their attempts to comply with FFP regulations.
According to Calciomercato, that has resulted in discussions between Silva's representative Mendes and Wolves, who are expected to make significant moves in the transfer market ahead of their return to the Premier League.
The report also claims that Monaco are in the running to sign the player, who will represent his nation at this summer's World Cup.