The Mail is reporting that Wolves winger 20 year-old Jordan Graham is attracting the attention of Newcastle United – who will try to bring some good players to Tyneside next month, in order to strengthen the squad and have a much better chance of avoiding relegation in May.
Graham joined Aston Villa back in 2002 and came through their Youth Academy and left only this summer for Wolves after spending loan spells at Ipswich and Bradford City before going on loan last season to Wolves.
Jordan Graham after scoring first goal for Wolves on Monday
Jordan was sent on a month-long loan to League Two side Oxford United in September but was recalled by manager Kenny Jackett because of an injury crisis.
Since he returned to Wolves he has played very well and has attracted the attention of some Premier League clubs and Wolves want to tie the youngster down to a long term deal at Molineux.
The news today is that Newcastle, Liverpool and Norwich are interested in signing the youngster next month – and that could make it difficult for Wolves to retain the 20 year-old.
Since he returned from his short loan spell at Oxford United (6 appearances), he scored his first goal earlier this week for Wolves at Charlton Athletic in the second half.
The youngster has looked impressive in his eight appearances and we assume that if Graham is brought to Newcastle next month, he would be one for the future.
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