Wolves captain Conor Coady is being tracked by Arsenal and Liverpool, according to reports.
Coady, the centre-back, has established himself as one of the best defenders outside the Premier League’s top six since Wolves’ return to the top flight, and he is even reportedly on the verge of earning an England call-up.
However, his future at Molineux has come under doubt as at the end of this season he will have just two years remaining on his existing contract.
Wolves are ready to open talks with Coady over extending his deal, as they know, according to the Daily Mail, that Arsenal and Liverpool are monitoring the 25-year-old.
Coady began his career with Liverpool but after graduating from their academy he made just one Premier League appearance before leaving for Huddersfield.
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The Reds are monitoring their former youngster, but Arsenal are also interested, allegedly due to Coady’s ability to play the ball out of defence; naturally a midfielder, Coady only moved into the backline upon Nuno’s appointment as Wolves manager.
The Molineux club – who currently sit 11th in the table upon their return to the Premier League – are willing to hand Coady a pay-rise to extend his contract, both to reward his improvement as a player and for the work he does for Wolves off the pitch.
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