WOLVES are plotting a summer transfer swoop for Porto defender Zaidu Sanusi.
The Nigeria international left-back, 23, has impressed for the Portuguese champions this season.
Sanusi has already helped them win Portugal's Super Cup since his arrival from Primeira Liga rivals Santa Clara last August.
And he and his team-mates are still hoping they can climb above league leaders Sporting Lisbon to claim the title.
Sanusi has made 35 appearances this term, scoring two goals for Sergio Conceicao's side.
Now OwnGoalNigeria are claiming his displays have caught the eye of Premier League outfit Wolves.
He is under contract until 2025 at Porto, and they are believed to be looking for at least £8million to sell.
But reports in his homeland are insisting Molineux boss Nuno Espirito Santo hopes to sign Sanusi for next season.
The Portuguese boss has previously raided his home country time and again for players.
The Lagos magazine claims Wolves officials have already contacted Sanusi's advisors to register their interest in a potential deal.
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The left-back has spent the past five years in Portugal.
He previously had spells at Gil Vicente and Mirandela before he joined Azores-based Santa Clara in 2019.
The star made his Nigeria debut against Algeria last October.
And he has gone to win two more caps for the Super Eagles.
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