Wolves move for ‘Iranian Messi’ and open talks on loan deal for Rubin Kazan striker Sardar Azmoun

Wolves have asked about Rubin Kazan’s Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun. 

The deal discussed is a £1.75m loan fee for the remainder of the campaign, plus £11.4m buying option with the Russian outfit. 

The 24-year-old first joined Kazan in 2013, and returned to the club in 2017 after a two-year spell at Rostov, the first season being on loan 

Wolves have asked about Rubin Kazan's Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun (above)

Wolves have asked about Rubin Kazan's Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun (above)

Wolves have asked about Rubin Kazan’s Iranian striker Sardar Azmoun (above)

Dubbed the ‘Iranian Messi’ in his homeland, Azmoun was the poster boy of Iran’s World Cup squad last year.

Iran finished third in their group with four points, one point behind both Spain and Portugal, to record their best-ever performance at a World Cup.

Azmoun scored four times during Iran’s run to the Asian Cup semi-finals, where they were beaten 3-0 by Japan on Monday. 

 

 

 

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