Hammer Aaron Cresswell could be moving to another northern Premier League club with no progress of his move to Wolves.
According to Alan Nixon, Nottingham Forest has also interested in the services of the 33-year-old West Ham defender.
Creswell status is currently unknown at West Ham but he has not been spotted at training and did not travel to Germany with the squad.
The club have not commented on his situation including whether the manager has given him permission not to train with the senior squad.
Wolves are thought to have offered a package of £2.5m based entirely on add-ons so in effect they want the West Ham player for free with no upfront transfer fee.
Wolves are reported to have serious FFP and financial challenges which makes today’s report that they also want Michail Antonio all the more battling.
If they can’t afford an upfront fee for Creswell, how could they afford a deal for Antonio, a similar package of add-ons on for Michail would ne quickly rejected.