Wolves set to spend £20m to snap-up Willy Boly and Benik Afobe on long-term deals after Premier League promotion
Wolves set to spend £20m to snap-up Willy Boly and Benik Afobe on long-term deals after Premier League promotion - America News

Wolves set to spend £20m to snap-up Willy Boly and Benik Afobe on long-term deals after Premier League promotion

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WOLVES are reportedly ready top splash out £20million on loan duo Benik Afobe and Willy Boly.

The duo played a key role in securing promotion to the Premier League.

 Benik Afobe has hit form to help fire Wolves promotion charge

And The Telegraph claims Nuno Espirito Santo wants both on permanent deals this summer.

Afobe, 25, returned to Molineaux from Bournemouth in the January window and would cost around £10m after scoring five goals since his switch.

Nuno brought in classy defender Boly, 27, from former club Porto and is ready to trigger a £10m clause to make the move permanent.

Fellow loanees Leo Bonatini and Alfred N’Diaye also have fees written into their short-term contracts.

 Willy Boly has been a rock at the back after arriving from Porto
 Wolves have sealed promotion and are now aiming to clinch the Championship title

On his future, Afobe said: “Obviously I’m contracted to Bournemouth, I’ve had a great time there and I’m only on loan.

“I’ve got to show respect to Bournemouth so we’ll have to look and see what happens in the summer.

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"It has been great here from day one and to be top of the league and promoted with three games is to go is unreal.

 Nuno Espirito Santo brought in Benik Afobe in January to add extra firepower

“The manager and staff have been great and it’s been an unbelievable experience.”

Wolves will win the title if they earn a point against Bolton this weekend.

And the 100-point milestone is also in reach for Nuno's high-flyers.

Chinese owners Fosun are delighted with their success this season and are planning a post-season trip to the Far East.

Wolves celebrate after another home win and guaranteed promotion to the Premier League