PSV Eindhoven have reached an agreement with Wolverhampton Wanderers to sign defender Ki-Jana Hoever.

That’s according to Voetbal International, who say say the youngster will move to the Netherlands on loan.

They report that Hoever will fly to Eindhoven for a medical on Wednesday and, should things go as planned, sign a one-year loan deal with the Eredivisie giants.

He will become the third signing of a busy summer for PSV, who have already signed goalkeepers Boy Waterman and Walter Benitez.

It sees him temporarily depart Wolves, whom he joined from Liverpool two years ago in a €10m deal after originally moving to Anfield from Ajax.

He’s only managed 25 appearances in the first team so far but came under criticism from Wolves boss Bruno Lage last season and a permanent place in the Wolves starting XI is not on the cards for now.

As such, he is being temporarily shipped back to his homeland, where he will ‘make flying hours’ at PSV as both a full-back and centre-back.