Wolverhampton Wanderers reportedly agree to pay £10m to land defender Willy Boly on a permanent deal from Porto.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are allegedly on the brink of securing Porto defender Willy Boly's services on a permanent contract.
The centre-half, who spent last season on loan at the Midlands club, is close to becoming a full-time Wolves player in a £10m deal, according to the Express & Star.
Six members of the Wolves squad which won the Championship last season were there on loan and not all of them are expected to make permanent moves.
Top goalscorer Diogo Jota is said to be close to a £13m move from Atletico Madrid, but Leo Bonatini is reportedly returning to Saudi outfit Al-Hilal.
Meanwhile, the futures of fellow loan stars Benik Afobe, Alfred N'Diaye and Ruben Vinagre are said to be uncertain.
Wolves to push through deals for Boly, Afobe? >