Wolverhampton Wanderers will complete the signing of striker Leo Campana next week, with the striker set to sign on Monday.
Campana was first linked with a move to Molineux on Boxing Day when we covered a report from El Universo that stated they had already been in contact with his agent.
That report suggested a deal would be completed this month and according to Efe, that is set to happen next week.
They state that Campana will complete his move to Wolves on Monday, having agreed to a deal which will see him earn a ‘base salary’ of more than one million dollars a year.
The striker is set to travel to Colombia to play in the Pre-Olympic Championship with Ecuador but will miss the game with Colombia to travel to London and sign his deal with Wolves.
Campana has agreed on a three-year deal with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, with the whole move arranged by agent Jorge Mendes, who has represented the 19-year-old since November.
Efe also spoke to someone close to the transfer, with them claiming the player ‘is super motivated’ about the move.
“Last year he played with his love team, Barcelona SC, and now he wants to continue abroad because he understands he has to polish his talent.
“And what better than in European football and in the Premier League!
“They (Wolves) have definitely seen him with a future and talent, and physically he has to follow his process of maturity and adaptation.
“He is very satisfied, and he has high hopes for this new phase of his career with the English club.”