Wolves transfer news: Jordan Graham set for Fulham loan move as duo swoop off

By Nathan Judah | Wolves | Published:

Wolves winger Jordan Graham is close to finalising a loan move to Fulham - but deals for midfielders Jack Colback and Scott McTominay are believed to have fallen through.

Wolves could loan out Jordan Graham (AMA/Sam Bagnall)

And Wolves' increasingly desperate search for a striker has yielded a new name with PSV's Dutch forward Jurgen Locadia emerging as a late option although they face stiff competition from Premier League clubs for his signature, including Brighton.

Graham had been chased by a number of Championship teams but Fulham, who made an official offer two days ago, have won the race and the winger travelled to London this morning for a medical.

Wolves hoped to sign either Colback or McTominay on loan to replace the departed Dave Edwards but the Newcastle man is said to be keen to stay in the north east and Manchester United youngster McTominay is set to stay at Old Trafford with the Premier League leaders believing he may have a role to play in their first team squad.

Locadia is one of several strikers still being pursued but PSV are thought to want up to £10m. The 23-year-old Dutch young international, who can also play as a winger, has netted 37 goals in 115 league appearances for PSV.

If not Wolves haven't given up hoping of snaring Jordan Rhodes from Sheffield Wednesday or Norwich striker Nelson Oliveira.

Nathan Judah

By Nathan Judah

Digital Sports Editor for the Express & Star and Shropshire Star


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