Wolves opinion: Should Nuno Santo make a move for Robert Skov?
According to the Express, Wolves have entered the race for FC Copenhagen star Robert Skov. It seems that after their impressive season, the Molineux stadium side needs reinforcements and believe that the young winger is just the man.
That’s via the fact that Wolves have been linked in the past with a move for Skov. However, that should come as little surprise given just how talented the forwards and he will improve even further.
They had a wonderful return to the top-tier, paving the way forward for any team in the near future.
Not only did Wolves finish in the final European spot but they also did it with style, panache and a few scalps to their names, including a few of the top-6.
However, by them finishing in a Europa League spot, it means that the club will have to endure a 50 game season. Even more, if they pass through the qualification rounds, which is easier said than done.
That means that adding a new wide-man should be amongst their top concerns, especially given Adama Traore’s struggles. The former club record signing endured a rather terrible season, struggling to do much with or without the ball.
Things need to change and it’s exactly where someone like Robert Skov steps in. A right-winger by trade, Skov is fast and agile enough to beat his opponents and his confidence on the ball makes him a dangerous player.
Furthermore, his left-foot is a rocket and one that he is not afraid of using. He often shoots and quite accurately from outside the box and even nets his fair share from free-kicks.
It’s why the 23-year-old, as mentioned above, had a rather impressive season, finishing with 32 goals and 10 assists in just 48 appearances. That’s the same total as what Raul Jimenez, Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota scored combined.
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In today’s football world, there are not too many players who can call themselves a bargain but Robert Skov falls smack into the middle of that category.
The 23-year-old has been great for FC Copenhagen and the question is can he do it for a bigger side, which is where Wolves come into the picture.