Wolves forward Fabio Silva has his loan deal at Anderlecht CANCELLED after boss Brian Riemer denied a falling out… with the Portuguese youngster now set to move to PSV Eindhoven until the end of the season
- Wolves striker Fabio Silva has had his loan at Belgian side Anderlecht terminated
- The 20-year-old had a reported disagreement with team boss Brian Riemer
- But won’t return to Wolves as talks continue over a move to PSV Eindhoven
Wolves forward Fabio Silva has had his loan move to Anderlecht cancelled and is in talks to join PSV Eindhoven as the Dutch side look for attacking reinforcements to help boos their Eredivisie title hopes.
The 20-year-old striker joined Wolves from Porto for a club record £35m fee in 2020 but struggled to make an impression as the team’s frequent inability to find the back of the net saw new managers and fresh faces arrive.
Silva’s miserable time at Wolves is summarised by a poor goals return, scoring just four goals in 62 appearances for the English top-flight side, with those strikes coming in his debut Premier League season before failing to score once in his last year at the club.
On-loan Anderlecht striker Fabio Silva (right) has had his deal at the Belgian club terminated
Silva (right) on-loan from Wolves first struggled to adjust to life at his parent club
The Portuguese hoped a loan move to Belgian strugglers Anderlecht would re-ignite his career after a disappointing spell in England.
Silva made a positive start to life in Europe, re-discovering his instincts in front of goal, scoring seven goals in 19 games.
However a reported falling out with team coach Brian Rieme appears to have cemented his early exit from the club. The coach denied such events had taken place last week.
But appeared to be getting his career back on-track at Anderlecht with
Silva is rumoured to have had a falling out with Anderlecht team coach Brian Riemer
PSV hope Silva will replace the goals void left by Cody Gakpo (pictured) who joined Liverpool in January
Wolves could have looked to give Silva a chance under new manager Julien Lopetegui, but the youngster will instead head to Holland as talks continue to progress with PSV.
Club manager Ruud Van Nistelrooy is keen to add missing potency to his attack following the January exit of top asset Cody Gakpo who moved to Liverpool where he is still waiting to score a first goal for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
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