Yesterday we covered reports from Greece that Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in signing Olympiacos attacker Daniel Podence.
It was reported a deal was very close, with super-agent Jorge Mendes once again playing an important role in the potential transfer.
According to Greek website Sdna.Gr, Wolves last night agreed the signing of Podence.
It’s reported the Premier League side have agreed to pay €28m to sign the Portuguese attacking midfielder, and the final details are being dealt with at the moment.
The net amount Olympiacos are getting from this transfer is reportedly €25m, and that will make him the most expensive player ever to leave a Greek club.
Podence has made 27 appearances for Olympiacos this season, scoring five goals.
Wolves have also been linked with fellow Greek SuperLeague player Nelson Oliveira as they look to bolster their attacking options before next week’s deadline. The Portuguese striker has impressed for AEK Athens this season, scoring 10 goals.
Oliveira had previous spells in Wales and England with Swansea City, Nottingham Forest, Norwich City and Reading.