Oleksandr Zinchenko is expected to leave Manchester City this summer.
Reports from Sky Sports, Zinchenko could leave the Premier League Champions in this ongoing transfer window.
Reports also says that Zinchenko could join the Wolves for a fee of £16 million.
Zinchenko is a product of Youth Sporitve School Karpatiya and was a part of a Russian club named Ufa. He joined the club in 2014 and was associated with the club for 2-years. He appeared for only 33 games across 2 years and scored 2 times.
The 19-year old was snapped up by the Etihad Stadium side in the summer but rather than play first-team football for the club, he was subsequently loaned out to PSV. However, he has bags of potential and when he returns to Man City after his loan spell, if he impresses, he could become a first-team player. However, it didn’t always look like he would end up at Man City.
But despite the dream season with the Premier League Champions he is keen on a move to the Wolves where he can get better opportunities.
On the other hand Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo has also been seen busy in the ongoing transfer as he has already signed Willy Boly, Rui Patricio, Leo Bonatini, Diogo Jota and Ruben Vinagre as they return to Premier League this season.