The January transfer window has been relatively quiet with the list of Premier League transfers showing only a few major additions this month.
Clubs are wary of falling foul of Financial Fair Play rules and want to avoid a similar fate as Everton, who have been charged again following their 10-point deduction.
Wolverhampton Wanderers haven’t made a major signing but desperately need a striker with Fabio Silva and Sasa Kalajdzic both leaving earlier this month.
Wolves have now turned their attention to Alberto who is contracted with Corinthians until 2027, per the Telegraph.
The forward joined the Brazilian outfit from Zenit St Petersburg in 2022, initially on loan which was later made permanent.
The 22-year-old has made over 90 senior appearances for his side, bagging 26 goals and 11 assists. He mainly plays as a striker can also be used as winger.
Wolves have had an impressive season under Gary O’Neil, collecting 29 points from 21 games to reach 11th spot in the table.
But they need to add a striker before the transfer deadline to continue their good form during the second half of the campaign.
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