Former Chelsea striker Diego Costa will undergo a medical with Premier League outfit Wolves on Tuesday.
If Costa passes his medical, there is the possibility that he will be offered a contract by Wolves as they look to replace new signing Sasa Kalajdzic, who will visit a knee specialist after suffering an ACL injury at the weekend.
Costa is a free agent and Bruno Lage’s side are able to complete a deal to sign him outside the transfer window.
Wolves had been looking for a new striker since the start of the summer and thought they found the answer when they brought in Kalajdzic from Stuttgart in a £15.5m deal plus add-ons.
Since leaving Chelsea in the summer of 2017, Costa spent three-and-a-half years at Atletico Madrid, scoring 19 goals in 81 matches in all competitions, before his contract was mutually terminated in December 2020.
He joined Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro in August 2021 and scored five times in 19 games, but saw his contract terminated in January of this year.
Costa has spent the last eight months away from football but could make a stunning move back to the Premier League should his trial end up being successful.