Marc-Antonie Fortuné will join either Fulham or newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to his agent. The on loan Nancy forward has turned down the opportunity to fire Albion back to the Premier League opting for a move after his loan spell at The Hawthorns.
Although not prolific in front of goal with just five goals in 17 appearances, Fortuné adapted well to the rigours of Premier League football with a reported 14 scouts watching the striker against Sunderland.
“To my mind, he is going to sign with either Wolverhampton or Fulham, even if surprises can always happen,” said Fortuné’s agent, Michael Manuello.
“Wolves and Fulham have expressed their interest in Marco’s services. But I can’t tell you when a deal will be done.
“For sure, he wants to stay in the Premier League and he has proved that he has the talent to impose himself in this competition.
“It’s easier to know how things will happen in France, whereas it’s slightly more complicated in England.”