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Wolves are considering other options in case Diego Costa appeal fails

The Telegraph reported this afternoon that Andy Carroll is one of the players being considered. However, the club is now considering other options in the event that the appeal is denied. However, according to 90min, Wolves are interested in three other players. Ricardo Moreira/Getty Images contributed to this image. He only stayed for 15 games, making 15 appearances and scoring three goals. Carroll has been without a club since leaving West Bromwich Albion in the summer. Wolves may be powerless to sign Costa in the end. Photographer: Rob Newell – CameraSport/Getty Images The former Chelsea player has been denied a work permit ahead of a possible move to Molineux. Costa’s application apparently did not receive enough points, but Wolves are hoping for an exception for the player. Wolves are appealing the decision, and the player is still scheduled to fly to England tonight for a medical tomorrow. Because they are all unattached, all three can be signed right now. Wolves must fight hard to win Diego Costa’s appeal, as the report names Andy Carroll and three other possible replacements. Following a key development in the Diego Costa saga, Wolves are now being linked with moves for a number of other free agent strikers. Photo courtesy of Heuler Andrey/Getty Images Former Spartak Moscow and FC Porto striker Ze Luis, Burnley’s Matej Vydra, and three-cap Norway international Fredrik Gulbrandsen are among them. He is a far superior option to the other free agents. Because the alternatives do not bode well for Wolves. He’s also won a lot more, and his mindset could be ideal for the Wolves. The fact that Costa is still flying to England despite the situation becoming complicated could indicate that Wolves believes they have a good chance of winning their appeal. But, hopefully, the club will be able to mount a strong appeal in response to the rejection.

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