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Wolves to make move for Noha Lemina

Wolves to make move for Noha Lemina

Wolves to make move for Noha Lemina

Noha Lemina set for England?
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Wolves are to make a January transfer window move for PSG starlet Noha Lemina, with the Gabon-born midfielder available for a fee of around 7 million euros. Currently on loan Sampdoria, Lemina has only just made his full first-team debut, and is said to be seeking a move to Wolverhampton Wanderers to link up with his brother, Mario Lemina.

Lemina has appeared seven times for France's under-17 side, and is in demand across Europe. Comfortable playing anywhere in midfield, the 18-year-old has caught the eye and several top scouts have been monitoring the player in action. It is understood though that Wolves are in pole position to secure Noha's signature.

Noah can play for his home country of Gabon or France, and his brother Mario moved to Wolves from Nice last summer. The 30-year-old Mario plays as a defensive midfielder for the Molineux outfit.

Lemina is currently demanding an early exit from his Sampdoria loan deal, reportedly unhappy at the lack of first-team football. PSG have told Noah that he is free to leave the club, should their valuation be met.