Moussa Sissoko might not be a fan favourite amongst Tottenham Hotspur fans like the way they cherish seeing Christian Eriksen and Moussa Dembele in their all white shirt in midfield, but his move to newly-promoted Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer, would be a brilliant option that would impress their fans.
Wolves, however, boast of fine players in their ranks that have ability to make a big impact in the Premier League in the likes of Ruben Neves, that comes with the class and composure to blend with the very best in the league.
However, Wolves are in the market for a midfielder that has a driving force and the ability to carry the ball forward whilst penetrating opponents defense in the final third.
If reports bear fruits, Sissoko, who is rated at £16m plus, could the player Wolves are looking for this summer ahead of the likes of Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish and Watford striker Andre Gray who looks highly overpriced.
The former Newcastle United midfielder, who stands at 6ft 2in, is athletic, powerful and when in his best performances, is unstoppable with the ball.
Adding salt to the fire, Sissoko has earned 53 appearances for France in all outings and in this football golden age, it takes a brilliant player such figure for his country, most especially France boast of many options everywhere on the pitch.
The midfielder could be a commanding presence in Wolves midfield next season if they can beat off competition to his signing this summer.