Wolves complete signing of Portuguese winger Daniel Podence
Wolves have reportedly completed the signing of Daniel Podence from Olympiacos, according to Sky Sports.
The report states that the Portuguese winger has joined the Molineux outfit for a reported fee of £17m after agreeing to a four-and-half-year deal.
The 25-year-old turned the heads of many during the UCL competition, where he bagged a goal against Tottenham Hotspurs. He also racked up three goals and four assists in Super League this season.
Podence was raised through the ranks of his country club Sporting CP, and he played predominantly for the reserve squad before making his debut with the main team in 2014.
Podence becomes the latest addition to the side which already carries an immense Portuguese flair, having the likes of Pedro Neto, Diego Jota, Ruben Neves, Vinagre and much more.
Nuno Santo's side continue their good run of form for the second straight season in Premier League as they are currently 7th in the table. They will face Manchester United in their next fixture this Saturday.