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Wolves will look to tie up moves for Benik Afobe and Willy Boly early, a report claims.
The Telegraph agent sbobet report Wolves will kick off their summer plans by signing both Benik Afobe and Willy Boly permanently.
The report claims Wolves will pay a combined £20 million split evenly to Bournemouth and Porto.
It is claimed that the moves for the striker and centre-back will begin a summer of 'significant' spending.
A separate report in The Mail claims: "The recruitment team at Molineux are on the look-out for a goalkeeper, full-back, central defender, central midfielder, and striker."
Wolves have clinched promotion to the Premier League as Championship winners after a terrific campaign under manager Nuno Santo who was appointed only last summer.
The Wolves board proved their ambition last summer by signing Ruben Neves from Porto and he played a key role in their promotion campaign.
A priority after Afobe and Boly will be to finalise Diogo Jota's permanent switch from Atletico Madrid, although that looks to be a formality.
The move for Afobe demonstrates the shift in fortunes for Wolves after Bournemouth agent sbobet lured him away when they were languishing in mid-table in the Championship three years ago.
Further deals in the pipeline include a potential move for Jack Butland of Stoke City [via Express] and Istanbul Basaksehir winger Eljero Elia [The Mail]
The Mirror has reported Wolves are keen on Arsenal's Jack Wilshere while The Sun has reported interest in Manchester City defender Eliaquim Mangala. agent sbobet