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Six players that could still sign for Wolves this summer and four that won’t

Wolves fans are still patiently waiting for signings to come through the door at Molineux.

It’s safe to say it’s been a quiet summer so far for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Tumbleweed bounding across the ground would be a fitting video for the transfer activity that has taken place to date - especially in regards to incomings.

Hwang Hee-chan did technially sign on a permanent deal this summer following his loan spell from RB Leipzig but away from that it’s been disappointment after disappointment.

But whilst patience isn’t in the dictionary of us as football fans - we are still in June - and there is plenty of time to get deals done.

It’s no secret that Wolves need to strengthen, their already threadbare squad has only been getting thinner so far and recruitments are needed.

There have been links, not an endless amount, but there have been some. And it’s safe to say a few could still develop in the coming weeks.

BirminghamWorld have looked through all of the latest rumours and judged which ones actually have some legs to them and those that don’t.

Each player has been ranked and rated based on how likely they are to sign for the club, from very unlikely, to very likely.

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