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Wolverhampton Wanderers reportedly keen on signing Premier League attacker

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Wolves are reportedly keen on signing striker Lewis Grabban, who has returned to parent club Bournemouth after his season long loan deal with Championship strugglers Sunderland was cut-short.

Despite the Black Cats playing a poor brand of football for much of the season so far, Grabban has been one of the few bright sparks in the first team and went on to score 12 goals in the Championship.

The Cherries signed Grabban for a second time in January 2016 for a fee of £7 million and he has struggled to break into the South Coast clubs first team as he has gone on to make just four Premier League starts and 22 appearances in all competitions for the club.

He started off his career with Crystal Palace and has also had loan spells with the likes of Motherwell and Brentford while he spent three years with Millwall.