Wolves eyeing-up Cardiff striker Moore to compete with Jimenez

Wolves eyeing-up £7million-rated Cardiff striker Kieffer Moore to compete with Raul Jimenez for Molineux starting spot as they chase three more signings before deadline

  • Wolves are looking for three more signings before the end of the summer 
  • They want a forward, a centre midfielder and a centre back before deadline  
  • Kieffer Moore bagged 20 goals at Cardiff last term and been a long-term target
  • The striker is rated at £7m and could come in to provide backup for Raul Jimenez 

Wolves are monitoring developments with Cardiff City striker Kieffer Moore.

The Wales international has long been admired by the Molineux club as someone who could provide competition and cover for Raul Jimenez.

Wolves have yet to make an offer but will consider their options this week as they anticipate a bid from Tottenham for Adama Traore.

Wolves are interested in Cardiff City striker Kieffer Moore as a striking option this summer 

The towering forward could provide support and possibly even challenge Raul Jimenez

They want a forward, a centre midfielder and a centre back before the window closes.

Moore is 6ft 5ins tall, has two years left on contract and is valued around £7m.

He scored 20 goals last season and finished the season as part of Wales squad at Euro 2020, scoring in their draw against Switzerland.

Asked if he was concerned about interest from Wolves, Cardiff manager Mick McCarthy said: ‘No. I don’t worry about things I can’t do anything about.

The Welshman scored for his country at this summer’s Euro 2020 as they reached the last-16 

‘If somebody comes in with a huge sum of money, I’m sure the club would consider it.

‘I hope that’s not the case. But I’m not going to sit here and worry about it.’

Valencia’s Goncalo Guedes is another who has been on Wolves’ list of forwards while they have also asked about a loan deal for Ademola Lookman at Red Bull Leipzig.

Meanwhile, striker Willian Jose, who was on loan at Wolves from Real Sociedad last season, is joining Real Betis.




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