Aston Villa were linked with Kosovan striker Flamur Kastrati, but Wolves’ Scandinavian plans could bring him to their attention.
With Flamur Kastrati already attracting interest from the Championship, specifically Wolves’ Midland rivals Aston Villa according to Telegrafi, it will be interesting to see whether Goodchild welcomes him to the Black Country giants.
Kastrati is a physical striker renowned for his aerial ability, and has impressed for Norwegian club Sandefjord this season and has ten goals in 24 league starts to his name.
No wonder Villa were keen; the Kosovan international has more goals than Scott Hogan, Keinan Davis and Gabby Agbonlahor combined.
But if Wolves are keen to take a punt on rising stars from the Scandinavian leagues, the likes of Kastrati should come into consideration. He is one of the most impressive goal-scorers in Northern Europe and, although Wolves have money to burn, the odd bargain signing wouldn’t go amiss.