Le Havre player is reported to be open to the move to Wolves as he wants an opportunity to further his career.
Wolves are yet to offer a formal offer for the player who has offers from other clubs as well but the club remain interested in signing the 19-year-old.
Julan scored 12 goals in 22 games for their reserve team and made just a handful of first-team appearances but the 6ft 4in striker has a lot to offer Wolverhampton. However, midfielder Lee Evans has returned to Wolves after spending last season on loan at League One side Bradford City. He played decent football for Bradford helping them to the play-offs before they lost to Millwall in the semi-finals. He said:
“I am looking forward to coming back to Wolves. It is a big opportunity, especially in pre-season, to show that I have improved. As any player, I just want to be out there week in week out and hopefully that is what I can do now for Wolves.”
Evans who is only 21 years old says he has been working with a sports psychologist and is feeling very good about his return to the club where he hopes to play. He claims he has now matured as a person and is focused on contributing to the team.
Wolves have also lodged a 2.3 million Pounds bid for 25-year old Guinea striker Idrissa Sylla. The Anderlecht star is one of the numerous targets the club and is reported to be the kind of player coach Kenny Jackett wants. The player who is 6ft 2in and predominantly left footed forward scored seven times in 10 starts last season but was able to gather interest from the club who want him this summer.