That&aposs according to Football Transfers as the Premier League side consider an offer to lure the Manchester United starlet to Molineux on loan. The 21-year-old impressed at Sunderland in the Championship last season after he had struggled north of the border with Rangers the campaign before that.
Returning to Old Trafford this summer, Amad was injured in pre-season. Despite training recently, the forward has still not yet been deemed fit enough to be included in any matchday squad.
Even with long-standing concerns in attacking quarters – especially on the right flank – Amad could reportedly be allowed to leave United on loan once again when the market reopens. Wolves are reported to be keen on the promising Ivory Coast international if United do make him available.
Amad netted 14 goals in 42 appearances for Sunderland last season. He was a star performer for them and across the entire Championship – drawing plaudits for his performances at the Stadium of Light and beyond.
Wolves are reported to be considering their options and possible replacements for Pedro Neto should he leave the club mid-season. Arsenal are claimed to be interested in his signature.
Elsewhere, reports from Inter Live state United could attempt to sign Mehdi Taremi as back-up to Rasmus Hojlund when the market reopens. Taremi, 31, is an experienced striker who currently plays for FC Porto.