Wolves are prepared to sell Willy Boly.
The Daily Mail says Boly could leave Wolves in the January transfer window after slipping down the pecking order under manager Bruno Lage.
The centre back is expected to be out of action until early next month with a calf problem that ruled him out of the Africa Cup of Nations, where he would have played for the Ivory Coast.
Yet Wolves will listen to offers for the Boly, who turns 31 on February 3.
Boly has been a key player in Wolves’ recent success, helping them to promotion to the Premier League in 2018 and then to consecutive seventh-placed finishes, as well as an FA Cup semi-final and a Europa League quarter-final.