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Turkish powerhouse Galatasaray is reportedly contemplating a January transfer move for Wolves’ midfielder Mario Lemina, who joined the club at the beginning of this year for a fee of around £10 million.

The acquisition of Lemina has proven to be an astute piece of business, with the 29-year-old consistently impressing in his midfield role. His presence has injected much-needed physicality and determination into the Wolves’ lineup, complementing the technical skills of players like Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho, as Wolves fans had long desired.

Lemina’s stellar performances in the Wolves jersey have not gone unnoticed, piquing the interest of Galatasaray, where he previously played during a loan spell from Southampton in the 2019/20 season, amassing 28 appearances for the Turkish side.

Fanatik has boldly asserted that Galatasaray is contemplating a mid-season move for Lemina. They indicate that Gala officials are expected to reach out to Lemina in the coming days to gauge his interest in a potential switch to Turkey.

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However, this appears to be a surprising proposition, considering Lemina’s current standing as one of Wolves’ key players. Not only is he a highly accomplished midfielder, with some even considering him one of the Premier League’s best, but he also serves as a leader within the team.

Given Lemina’s numerous standout performances since his arrival at Wolves, it seems unlikely that Wolves would entertain the notion of letting him go, especially in the middle of the season. This echoes the sentiment regarding Pedro Neto’s potential exit – an idea that Wolves are unlikely to endorse.

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