Wolves are set to make their second signing of the summer, with Goncalo Guedes to have his medical with the club tomorrow.
News broke yesterday evening that Wanderers had made a push to sign the Valencia star.
And now an agreement has been reached with the Spanish club.
Wolves are set to pay £27.5 million for the 25-year-old, and personal terms are ‘all sorted’ according to Telegraph journalist John Percy.
Guedes will have his medical tomorrow, and it’s possible an announcement could follow the same day, as was the case with Nathan Collins.
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It is a development that is bound to cheer many Wolves fans up, after the club lost their opening Premier League game against Leeds United.
Wanderers fell to a 2-1 defeat at Elland Road, and Lage had to name Hwang Hee-chan as a makeshift striker.
Guedes is capable of playing anywhere across the frontline. With Raul Jimenez sidelined for several weeks, he could be deployed through the middle during the Mexican’s absence.
Guedes has long been linked with Wolves, and is apparently a player Lage himself has liked for a while.
Last term he scored 11 goals across all competitions.
A good response from Wolves after losing to Leeds, with Guedes medical set for Monday
After losing to Leeds, it was vital for Wolves to respond quickly. And it looks as though a move for Guedes will finally happen.
He has been linked with a move to Molineux for a number of windows.
And it is exciting to think that he actually will now finally pull on a Wolves shirt, barring any unexpected hitches.
Guedes is a good, technical and versatile player with an eye for goal and is someone who can really improve Wolves’ starting XI.