The WOLVES are facing a battle to retain star Hwang Hee-Chan on loan with Liverpool and Manchester City are keeping an eye on him.
The last two Premier League champions are just a few big clubs likely to be interested in the South Korean star, according to Mirror.
The striker is the top scorer for Wanderers this season with four goals in seven Premier League games since joining the season on loan from RB Leipzig in the summer.
He scored a first goal in a 2-0 win in September at Watford, a brace in a 2-1 win over Newcastle in October, and a 1-1 opener last month against Leeds.
In addition to his goals, he looked alive from the bench and was praised for his neat tricks and brilliant decision-making in the final third place match.
And he took a penalty for his country in a 1-0 win over the United Arab Emirates in a World Cup qualifier on Thursday.
Now Wolves are trying to make his loan valid ‘in the wake of interest from Liverpool and City of Manchester‘, Mirror said.
Their report revealed both clubs ‘lead him under surveillance several times’ as they explored options to strengthen their attacking options.
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The vagabonds have the option of paying £14m to sign Hwang, who claimed the player of the month award in October.
Wolves boss Bruno Lage told the Birmingham Mail that Hwang is ‘happy’ at Molineux and that ‘he brings the dynamism I want from my team.’
Hwang, who moved to Germany after starting with Red Bull Salzburg and FC Liefering in Austria, has seven international goals and 42 international caps.
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