Wolves have reportedly ended their interest in Liverpool’s forward Divock Origi and Chelsea’s experienced attacker Olivier Giroud.
The West Midlands outfit are believed to be without star forward Raul Jimenez for a number of months following his skull fracture, and 18-year-old Fabio Silva who has been replacing Mexican forward has struggled to found back of the net.
As a result, Nuno Espirito Santo has been tipped to bring in a new attacker in January, however, rather than dipping into their war chest, Wolves have recalled Patrick Cutrone from his current spell from Serie A outfits Fiorentina.
According to The Mirror, Santo had originally taken a liking to Olivier Giroud and Divock Origi, but he has conceded that moves for either frontman will not happen this month.
The report claims that the club’s owners are not willing to finance big-money moves in January following to their summer of spending, with Santo instead being told to make do with the players he currently has at his disposal.
Origi has only made three Premier League games for Liverpool this season, while Giroud has proven himself as an vital player for West London club but is now in the final six months of his deal at Stamford Bridge.