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After sealing Lemina deal, Wolves closing on 3rd & 4th signings of January window

The head-turning January transfer window being enjoyed by Premier League outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers looks far from complete, with two more signings being lined up.

The powers that be at Molineux, of course, have been hard at work across the last two weeks, in an effort to add some much-needed quality to the squad of new boss Julen Lopetegui.

This comes as Wolves aim to recover from a nightmare opening to the campaign, which currently sees them in the thick of the battle against relegation to England’s 2nd tier.

To this point, the Midlands-based outfit have secured one high-profile addition, landing Matheus Cunha on loan from Spanish powerhouse Atletico Madrid.

A 2nd, though, was this evening made all but official.

This came as the aforementioned Lopetegui openly discussed the talents set to be added to his midfield ranks by the incoming Mario Lemina:

“He knows the English league and I think he has the profile to be a good player for us. That’s why he’s here and of course I wish him all the best.

Wolves, though, as alluded to above, appear far from done there.

Instead, a further pair of signings are not only being lined up, but inching close to completion.

As confirmed by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, amongst others, both Paris Saint-Germain attacker Pablo Sarabia, and Brazilian sensation Joao Gomes, are ‘expected’ to imminently pen terms at Molineux.

The former will set the Premier League strugglers back a sum of around €5 million, with Gomes in line to cost considerably more, at €17 million.

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Conor Laird

Die-hard Juventus fan with a love for all things Italian, and a real soft spot for Arsenal cult heroes. Emmanuel Eboue, Nicklas Bendtner, Philippe Senderos... Give them all statues outside the Emirates.

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