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Wolves transfer news: Fabio Silva to PSV complete after brief delay over compensation

Wolves striker Fabio Silva’s move to PSV Eindhoven is now complete after a brief delay over compensation.

Express & Star journalist Liam Keen reported this morning that the striker’s proposed move was still being facilitated.

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It was expected that Silva would have been announced as a PSV player a couple of days ago

The 20-year-old was actually pictured at the Philips Stadion for the club’s game against Vitesse.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano has also reported on the situation. He stated that the move was confirmed.

It is thought that the move wasn’t in any real jeopardy. And now there is confirmation that Silva is bound for the Netherlands.

Keen provided another update this afternoon on Twitter. He says that PSV will pay Silva’s wages in full until the end of the season.

The Belgian outfit did have an agreement to have Silva for the entire 2022/23 season.

It is still unclear why exactly Silva is embarking on a new loan move. It had been claimed that the youngster had fallen out with Brian Riemer, but the head coach has denied that.

According to Keen in the Express & Star, an official announcement of Silva’s move is expected tomorrow.

Fabio Silva completes loan move to PSV and will hopefully further his development

Silva enjoyed a pretty good first half of 2022/23, scoring 11 goals for Anderlecht.

Who knows exactly what has gone on, but he has now completed his move to move to PSV.

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PSV’s next game is against FC Emmen tonight and Silva won’t be available. But he is likely to make his debut for the club at the weekend when they face Go Ahead Eagles.

The Dutch giants have a reputation for developing young talents. And with Ruud van Nistelrooy as manager, Silva could learn a heck of a lot.