It’s now time for the Portuguese press to say Wolverhampton Wanderers have an agreement for the signing of Daniel Podence.
Newspaper O Jogo writes today there’s a deal with Olympiacos for the Premier League side to pay €20m for the transfer, with another €5m in performance bonuses.
That’s all the outlet seems to know now, since they take claims from the Greek press to say the player could be in England before the weekend.
Still, O Jogo makes it clear that their own sources are confirming the agreement. It’s said he should become Olympiacos’s biggest sale ever.
Daniel Podence left Sporting to join Olympiacos in the summer of 2018 having rescinded his contract following training centre attacks (the same situation as Rui Patricio), and it later became a €7m deal.
Playing for the Greek side this season, he has five goals and five assists in 27 appearances.
The 24-year-old is one more Jorge Mendes client who joins Wolves, and the Portuguese press is excited to have another one of their players at the club.