It’s another big move, at least in name, for newly-promoted Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wolves will reportedly sign 31-year-old playmaker Joao Moutinho from AS Monaco, giving them another silverware hoarder.
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The EURO 2016 winner has also earned titles with Porto, Sporting CP, and Monaco, and brings 113 caps to the Molineux.
Moutinho cost Monaco around $28 million in 2013, and Wolves will only pay about a quarter of that ($7 million).
There’s no question Wolves have made waves in their bid to become a PL mainstay, with ownership green-lighting several moves. Rui Patricio and Raul Jimenez have arrived from Portuguese clubs, while Benik Afobe moves from Bournemouth.