Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly closing in on their fourth signing of the summer.

Fabrizio Romano has today claimed that an agreement has been reached for the transfer of Bendeguz Bolla.

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Bendeguz Bolla (Photo by Gregory Van Gansen / Photonews via Getty Images)

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The Fehérvár FC right-back is set to join Wolves on a permanent deal.

The Express & Star adds that he will be loaned to Swiss side Grasshopper FC straight away.

Wolves sent a number of players there last season, including Toti Gomes, Conor Ronan, Leo Bonatini, Oskar Buur, Renat Dadashov and Ming-Yang Yang.

Bola is a 21-year-old Hungarian international.

He has two caps for his country, and was a part of their Euro 2020 squad, although he did not play any games.

It is yet another deal that comes relatively out of the blue.

Yerson Mosquera and Francisco Trincao were both somewhat surprise signings. Rayan Ait-Nouri returning was less so.

Prior to this claim from Romano, there had been no reports of any interest from Wolves.

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Bendeguz Bolla (Photo by Alex Livesey – UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

Wolves fans have been giving their reactions to the news on social media.

People have been unable to hide their surprise at the claim, with many simply not knowing who Bolla is:

 

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