Wolves are on the verge of announcing Valencia winger Goncalo Guedes as their next new signing.
The Midlands side, led by highly-rated tactician Bruno Lage, have already made two signings during this summer’s transfer window.
Nathan Collins joined from Burnley for a fee of around £22m and Hee-chan Hwang completed a permanent switch from RB Leipzig in a deal worth approximately £15m (figures as per Transfermarkt).
Now, the latest name set to move to Molineux is reportedly going to be Guedes after the player’s Spanish side and Lage’s Wolves agreed on a deal worth an initial £27m (€32m).
That’s according to leading transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who has claimed the talented winger is set to undergo his medical on Monday.
Gonçalo Guedes joins Wolves on a permanent deal, agreement finally completed. Guedes, expected to fly on Monday to undergo medical and sign as new Wolves player. ?? #WWFC
Long term contract agreed, €32m plus add-ons to Valencia. Here we go soon. pic.twitter.com/k7DyIso5J4
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 7, 2022
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Destined for the Premier League, the 25-year-old wide-attacker, who has Portuguese nationality, will join a whole host of compatriots at his new club, including veteran midfielder Joao Moutinho.
Since joining Valencia’s senior first team back in 2017, although initially loaned out to PSG for a season, Guedes, who returned to the Mestalla in 2018, has gone on to directly contribute to 66 goals in 177 appearances, in all competitions.