Wolves are currently in talks with West Ham left-back Aaron Cresswell over a potential £2.5 million move to Molineux. The Irons are open to selling the 33-year-old defender as they seek a younger replacement for him. In addition, Wolves are also discussing a £25 million swoop for Bristol City midfielder Alex Scott.
Cresswell has been a loyal player for West Ham since joining from Ipswich Town in 2014 for £3.75 million. He has made over 330 appearances for the club and earned three caps for England during his time there.
However, he has recently found himself spending more time on the bench, prompting discussions with Wolves. If the transfer goes through, Cresswell will reunite with former teammate Craig Dawson at Wolves.
Wolves are looking to secure Cresswell’s services for around £2.5 million, taking advantage of his vast experience as a full-back. Meanwhile, negotiations continue with Bristol City regarding a potential £25 million deal for midfielder Alex Scott. Additionally, Wolves have expressed interest in Borussia Monchengladbach defender Nico Elvedi.