Wolverhampton Wanderers announced on Monday the signing of Portuguese winger Chiquinho, who arrived in a move from Estoril.

When reporting the transfer, both the Portuguese and the English media had claimed Wolves are paying an initial fee of €3.5m with a potential €1.5m in add-ons.

Now when talking about the move today, newspaper Record brings new information regarding the amount agreed between the clubs.

They confirm that Wolves are initially spending €3.5m on the signing, but point out that this is for 80% of his rights.

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So Estoril will get 20% of a future move unless the Molineux side decide to buy their share. For that, the English club need to spend another €2.5m.

In case Wolves do spend a total of €6m, then that’d make it the biggest sale ever for the Portuguese side. Their record belongs to Leo Bonatini, who left them for Al Hilal in 2016 in a €5.5m move, and coincidentally ended up later playing for Wolves.

Now back to Chiquinho, the winger had a promising start to the season at Estoril, with four goals and six assists in 20 appearances.