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Wolves must decide sbo168 the future of Benik Afobe by the end of this month.
The terms of their loan agreement with Bournemouth states that they have until May 31st to make a decision on whether they will make the deal permanent.
The Bournemouth Echo have reported that Wolves have an agreement in place allowing them a first refusal at a price of £12m.
They state that the Cherries have already banked a big loan fee after loaning out the striker they signed from Wolves for £9m in 2016.
The paper also states that they made £1m in a bonus clause when Wolves were promoted.
If Wolves decide that they don't want to sign Afobe at the agreed fee, they can then join other clubs to negotiate a fee.
The future of Afobe is still to be decided with the striker remaining unsure of where he will be playing next season.
It has been reported that Nuno Espirito Santo will not be looking at new signings until he has informed his current squad of their futures at the club.
Afobe is a player currently in limbo at Wolves and left hoping he has done enough to persuade the club to sign him for a second stint at Molineux.
His loan spell at the club has seen the 25-year-old score six goals in sixteen games, goals that helped the club achieve their Premier League aspirations.
Afobe has made it very clear that he wants to stay at the club and is waiting anxiously to see whether the deal will be done.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen on Ahmed Musa and have made an offer for the Leicester City sbo168 attacking midfielder, according to reports in Turkey.
Musa, 25, is currently on loan at Russian side CSKA Moscow and faces an uncertain summer with his future at Leicester yet to be decided.
Turkish website Sabah claims that Galatasary are leading the chase to sign the Nigeria international but face competition from Wolves who have also set their sights on him.
Galatasary's Super Lig rivals Besiktas and Fenerbahce are linked too.
Musa became Leicester's record buy in 2016 when he cost them £16.6million from his current loan club CSKA Moscow and made 32 appearances for the Foxes in all competitions last season.
But he featured only once for the Premier League club this term before returning to Russia in January.
Musa has played 15 times for CSKA since, scoring six goals.
Better and better
As if Ruben Neves hasn't netted enough beauties this season, now he has done it again.
The Wolves star who scooped the awards at the club's end of season dinner has hit the jackpot again.
This time it's in his personal life, after his girlfriend accepted his marriage proposal.
The Portuguese international tweeted the happy news... sbo168