Juventus’ Douglas Costa could be heading to Wolves as his agent looks to move the winger
- Costa’s agent Jorge Mendez is said to be trying to push for a move for the winger to Premier League
- The former Bayern Munich forward’s future in the Italian outfit is uncertain under new coach Andrea Pirlo
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Juventus’ Douglas Costa could be heading to Wolves as his agent looks to move the winger.
Agent Jorge Mendes, who also looks after Cristiano Ronaldo, is looking for a new club for Costa, who may not have much of a future at the Italian outfit.
He is currently looking to push forward a deal with Wolves, who are looking for a replacement winger after selling Diogo Jota to Premier League side Liverpool in a £41million deal.
Costa’s future under new boss Andrea Pirlo is uncertain, having only played an eight-minute cameo in their 3-0 win over Sampdoria in Juventus’ first game of the Serie A season.
Since arriving at Juventus in 2018, Costa has made 102 appearances, scoring 10 goals and providing 21 assists.
Costa joining Wolves could provide Nuno Espirito Santo with a potent attacking force. Combined with Adama Traore, the pair would create some frightening pace down the flanks.