Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers are preparing a bid to re-sign Crystal Palace attacker Bakary Sako, according to reports emerging out of England
Wolverhampton Wanderers were taken over by wealthy Chinese investment company Fosun International recently and following the acquisition, the Championship side have been linked with a host of high profile names.
Wolves have already moved on to secure the services of Silvio, Helder Costa and Joao Teixeira over the past few days and it is widely believed that the Midlands side are close to the £20 million acquisition of Talisca from Benfica.
Wolves are not only looking at the European market for new players though and a number of names plying their trade in the Premier League have also been touted to arrive at Molineux in recent times.
Now according to fresh rumors emerging out of England, it has been claimed that Wolves are currently considering a swoop for former player Bakary Sako from Crystal Palace.
The Malian international was one of the stars for Wolves between 2012 and 2015 and he made a move to Palace at the start of last season following the expiration of his contract.
However, Sako struggled for regular first team football at Selhurst Park and it is widely being claimed that the 28-year-old could potentially be leaving the London side this summer.
A number of clubs are said to be interested in signing Sako and given their newfound wealth, Wolves are believed to be ready to make a swoop for the attacker this summer.
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