Former Tottenham Hotspur player Paul Stewart believes the club are interested in Wolves defender Willy Boly.
Former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo is now at the helm at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and has already looked to strengthen his defence this summer, as Spurs completed the signing of centre-back Cristian Romero from Atalanta.
It was reported last month that talkSPORT had been told that Nuno Espirito Santo had set his sights on Boly and when asked about the speculation surrounding other Wolves defender Conor Coady potentially going to Tottenham, Stewart told This is Futbol: “What I’ve heard was Boly was the one he [Nuno Espirito Santo] was more interested in [than Coady].”
Boly, who Wolves teammate Pascal Estrada has described as “a unit”, signed on loan for Wolves in 2017, before a year later making his switch to Molineux permanent and he featured regularly under Nuno Espirito Santo. He has made 136 appearances for Wolves, scoring nine goals and providing a further four.
Alongside Romero, Santo has brought in Pierluigi Gollini and Bryan Gil to Tottenham this summer. With just over two weeks remaining in the transfer window, the new Spurs boss will surely be looking to bring in more new faces to the club.