Loris Karius is set to return English Premier League after Wolves reached an agreement with Liverpool to take the ostracised goalkeeper on loan for next season.
The German shot-stopper has spent the last two seasons on loan with Turkish side Besiktas after a torrid time as Liverpool number one.
Wolves would be an ideal home for him as he tries to rebuild his reputation after he was blamed for gifting Real Madrid the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League title in Kiev.
According to Turkish publication Fanatik, Wolves have been in talks to sign the keeper who still has a contract with Liverpool.
Nuno Esperanto want to have Karius as a back up for first-choice keeper Rui Patricio as Wolves prepare to take part in at least four competitions next year.
Fanatik adds that the 26-year-old, who still endured a few humiliating errors in Turkey, now has the decision in his own hands as to where his future lies.
Earlier in April, Karius revealed he maintain regular contact with Liverpool manager Klopp.