Wolves To Sign Striker Benik Afobe On Permanent Deal From Bournemouth
Benik Afobe rejoined Wolves on credit for the second 50% of last season
Wolves are set to take up the choice to purchase Benik Afobe for an expense of £12.5m, permitting the Bournemouth striker to profit to Molineux for a perpetual deal, Sky Games News understands.
Sky Games News understands talks are at a propelled arrange for Afobe, who spent the second 50% of the season with Wolves in the wake of proceeding onward credit in February.
The 25-year-old went ahead to score six objectives in 16 association diversions for the Sky Wager Title victors.
The Armory institute graduate joined Wolves first time around in January 2015, yet left for Bournemouth a year later for a then-club record £10m.
Benik Afobe played for one year at Wolves before joining Bournemouth for £10m in January 2016
Afobe was at first a first-time consistent under Eddie Howe at Bournemouth, however went ahead to begin only 14 Chief Association amusements in the 2016-17 season.
He was then decreased to five group begins last season before securing a credit move to Wolves.
In his past spell at Molineux, Afobe scored 23 objectives in 48 amusements.