Wolverhampton Wanderers agree to sign Goncalo Guedes for €30m

According to Athletic, Wolverhampton Wanderers are closing in on a move for Valencia striker Goncalo Guedes in a deal worth €30m. Molineux’s side struggled to sign players this summer, but brought in Nathan Collins from Burnley and signed Hee-Chan Hwang permanently.

Despite losing Raul Jimenez to injury during pre-season, Wolverhampton Wanderers are yet to sign a suitable striker which has left many fans worried. That concern was justified as the club struggled to perform in their Premier League opener against Leeds United, with Bruno Lage’s side on the losing side at 2-1. However, in light of this, Wolves have been heavily linked with a move of more than a few strikers, although reports have indicated Goncalo Guedes tops their list.


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This was confirmed when Valencia manager Gennaro Gattuso confessed that Guedes was the subject of an offer from a Premier League side, although he did not confirm which club was interested. But Athletic have reported that Wolves are closing in on a move for the 25-year-old, with the club set to pay a fee of more than €30m to Valencia. The the league The team are keen to take advantage of the Portugal international this summer to help bolster their finances and fund movements.

This combined with the fact that wolves and Manchester United have been linked with a move for Guedes for most of the summer has seen transfer rumors swirl. However, the report revealed that the deal is yet to be done as Wolves and Guedes’ agent Jorge Mendes is in talks on a personal basis. But Athletic have further reported that personal terms won’t be an issue as Mendes has a good relationship with Molineux’s side and is keen to complete the deal.

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