Transfer Rumours - May 28th

Expressandstar.com brings you all the latest transfer talk from Wolves, West Brom, Aston Villa and Walsall.

Speculation is already surrounding Jack Grealish and his future.
Speculation is already surrounding Jack Grealish and his future.

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Wolves

Monaco are in talks to sign Rayan Ait-Nouri, a man who is reportedly of interest to Wolves this summer.

The 17-year-old left-back currently plays for Ligue 1 side Angers, but is yet to make an appearance for their senior side.

Manchester City are also reported to have an interest in the starlet although reports in France state that Monaco are leading the race for his signature.

Meanwhile, reports also claim that Wolves are ready to bid £11m for Brazilian midfielder Josef de Souza.

The Fenerbahce man was linked with a move to West Brom in previous transfer windows, but it's now reported that Wolves are keen on him.

Watford are another Premier League side credited with an interest in him.

West Brom

West Brom are reportedly monitoring the situation regarding Jack Grealish, according to reports.

Grealish failed in his bid to help boyhood club Aston Villa to promotion via the play-offs and now there are suggestions he could leave should a sizeable bid come in for him this summer.

Reports also claim Swansea and Stoke are interested, although a Premier League destination would surely be more enticing for the Villa star.

Meanwhile, The Baggies have reportedly set a £6m price tag for winger James McClean.

The Irish international has been linked with moves to Derby and Celtic since the club's relegation, and could be allowed to leave this summer.

Other reports claim that Stoke have already tabled a £4m bid for his services, but Albion are seeking more money.

Aston Villa

After failing in their bid to secure promotion via the play-offs, reports are suggesting that Villa could look to cash in on striker Jonathan Kodjia.

Steve Bruce's side are facing stricter financial constraints after failing to gain promotion, and Kodjia could be a man the club are willing to part with.

The Ivorian has struggled since coming back from injury this season, scoring just once.

Meanwhile, Villa could be set to bring in Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sean Clare, having already been linked with a move.

Reports claim that Villa had targeted players for either promotion or play-off failure, with Clare falling into the latter bracket.

He's free to leave Wednesday this summer if he doesn't sign a new deal with the club, which has reportedly been offered already.

Walsall

No fresh Walsall rumours today.

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