Wolves are closing in on their third signing of the January transfer window, with Pablo Sarabia set to undergo his medical tomorrow.
The Spaniard is due to fly in tomorrow according to Times reporter Charlotte Duncker, and he will have tests to ensure everything is as it should be.
It comes after Wolves agreed a fee with Paris Saint-Germain, thought to be in the region of £4.4 million.
Julen Lopetetui was actually asked about the move for Sarabia at his press conference earlier today.
But the 56-year-old rather batted the question away, stating that the club had interest in players but that he didn’t want to spend his energy on the subject.
Sarabia is heading for Molineux, and it looks as though an announcement could arrive very soon.
It will be very interesting to see what this deal could mean for Goncalo Guedes.
The winger has been linked with an early exit from Wolves having struggled to hit the ground running following his move from Valencia.
Guedes has only scored two goals so far, and seemingly hasn’t impressed Lopetegui, who took him off at half-time against Nottingham Forest, and left him out completely at the weekend against West Ham United.
Wolves are also in for Joao Gomes from Flamengo. Brazilian journalist Vene Casagrande has reported today though that the Brazilian is actually still waiting for final details to be ironed out, and he has not yet left for England.
Wolves moving quickly is extremely refreshing, as Pablo Sarabia prepares to fly in for medical
It is fantastic to see Wolves being efficient this transfer window.
There is a clear need to make four or five signings in total this month, and the club look to be on the way to doing that.
Cunha and Lemina are two brilliant additions already.
Sarabia coming in next is a serious statement, and hopefully the Gomes deal will not be far behind.
Then, it’s just about getting that experienced centre-half in to round off a superb window.