Lost their Premier League opener 2-1 to Leeds United, Wolverhampton has reportedly bolstered their attacking force with the arrival of Portugal forward Goncalo Guedes from Valencia on a five-year deal worth €32.6m.
Currently, the main striker Raul Jimenez nursing an injury he picked during the preseason, the 25-year-old who plays as a striker and winger is seen as the perfect candidate to replace the Mexican or probably paired with him.
Ended his five-year spell this summer with Valencia as he reunite with former boss Bruno Lage during his days at SL Benfica, Guedes in 178 appearances in all competitions scored 36 goals, a very promising talent.
Centre-back duo Ben Godfrey and Yerry Mina - currently nursing an injury, Everton per reports has signed England centre-back Conor Coady on a season-long loan from rivals Wolverhampton.
The 29-year-old becomes Frank Lampard's fourth signing of the summer following the arrivals of James Tarkowski, Dwight McNeil and Ruben Vinagre.
Following Tyrell Malacia's departure to Manchester United last month, the latest report reaching is Peruvian left-back Marcos Lopez signed as his replacement until summer 2026 from USA Major League Soccer side San Jose Earthquakes in a deal worth €2m.
Left the Brazilian capital six seasons ago to Portimonense then Sporting CP in the Portuguese capital, Bruno Tabata this summer has returned to sign for South American Champions Palmeiras for €5m on a four-year deal as an opponent to his former side Atletico-Mineiro.
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