Wolves increase Skov bid by making Copenhagen contact
Wolves have looked to steal a march in their summer pursuit of Robert Skov by contacting FC Copenhagen over his availability.
Wolves were linked with a swoop for the 23-year-old earlier this month on the back of him scoring 32 goals in just 48 outings across all competitions for the Danish champions last season.
Skov only moved to Copenhagen from Silkeborg 12 months ago, but it now looks a possibility that he will be moving on as interest in him intensifies.
Tottenham and Spanish La Liga side Celta Vigo are also vying for his signature, but the latest reports coming out of Spain claim Wolves have opened dialogue with Copenhagen in a bid to get a deal in the region of £10million done quickly.
The main obstacle for Wolves is Skov has been advised by Denmark boss Age Hareide to stay put in his homeland because he is guaranteed first-team action at Copenhagen and it will enhance his development as a player and future international ambitions.