Wolves’ swoop for Renato Sanches is in DOUBT with Molineux club and cash-strapped Lille in deadlock over terms of loan deal as Bruno Lage looks to add a midfielder to his squad
- Renato Sanches’ proposed loan move to Wolves from Lille is in doubt
- The Premier League side have been in talks over a loan switch for the star
- However, the terms of the deal are proving an obstacle for the loan deal
- Bruno Lage wants to add a midfielder to his ranks before the window shuts
Renato Sanches’ proposed loan move to Wolves is in doubt with hours remaining until the transfer window closes.
The Portugal midfielder looked set to move to Molineux on loan for the season from French champions Lille but Sportsmail understands the move has hit a stumbling block.
Sanches currently has a knee injury, meaning he would not be available immediately, while the two clubs have not found agreement on the terms of the loan.
Wolves’ swoop for Renato Sanches is in doubt due to an inability to agree terms over a loan
The 24-year-old endured a torrid loan spell in the Premier League with Swansea as a youngster but has since enjoyed a renaissance with Lille in France.
The Portuguese helped guide the French outfit to the Ligue 1 title last season, usurping big-spenders Paris Saint-Germain to the title.
Wolves had previously been linked with a move for Sven Botman, with Lille understood to be looking to offload their top stars in order to ease financial difficulties.
The Molineux club have mere hours to strike a deal as Bruno Lage looks for more options