Shock horror - Wolves are going back in for another Porto player
And no, before you ask, his agent is not Jorge Mendes... yet at least
Wolverhampton Wanderers appear to be heading back to FC Porto (have they even bothered leaving? Perhaps it would make more sense just to rent a flat opposite the stadium) to sign yet another of their players.
After the signings of Fabio Silva (permanent transfer) and Vitinha (on loan) from Porto, this time it seems that they fancy the Portuguese top flight's MVP from last season - Jesus Corona.
The Mexican winger and right-back scored four and provided 11 assists in the league last season, as Porto sealed a domestic double.
With Wolves in the search for a replacement to Matt Doherty, he may be a viable option, especially with the lines of communication between Molineux and the Estádio do Dragão as greased as they are currently.
Two Portuguese newspapers are reporting the news, according to Sport Witness, with both seemingly in agreement that Porto will try and get as close to their €30 million valuation of the player as possible.
Corona has been at Porto since 2015 and has made more than 150 appearances for the club. He has 42 caps for the Mexican national team, scoring seven goals in that time.