Wolves have finished the marking of Barcelona right-back Nelson Semedo for a club-record expense that could ascend to £37million.
The Premier League club reported the arrangement on Twitter on Wednesday September 23, that the 26-year-old Portuguese safeguard has marked an arrangement that will keep him at Molineux until June 2023, with a choice to extend it to June 2025.
Addressing the club’s authentic site after the move was finished, Semedo stated: ‘I picked Wolves since it’s a generally excellent group that plays awesome football. A year ago they did an awesome season and it’s a significant group in England, in likewise Europe. I trust this year we can do awesome things.
‘Mentor Nuno is a generally excellent mentor. He did awesome things here in Wolves, and in different groups as well. Without a doubt I will a ton from him.
‘The group did generally excellent things the most recent three years. I’m eager and I trust this year we can do awesome things, arrive at the main six and, if it’s conceivable, accomplish something unique.
‘I’m exceptionally glad to be here. I’m eager to begin and much thanks for your help and we will it together.’
Wolves leader administrator Jeff Shi stated: “‘Progressive on the most fundamental level’ is one of our guiding principle at Wolves. For an individual from staff, for a player, for the entire club, we are altogether putting forth extraordinary attempts to advance consistently.
“It is a rarity indeed that’s we have the chance to sign an a-list player from a top notch club. Nelson’s marking shows we will never quit advancing and we are as yet eager and humble in our heart.”
Semedo’s appearance takes Wolves’ mid year spending to the £84m mark, after the appearances of Fabio Silva, Fernando Marcal, Vitor Ferreira and Ki-Jana Hoever.
At Barcelona, he won two La Liga titles and the Cope del Rey following his transition to Barcelona from Benfica in 2017, played multiple times for Barcelona last season.