Wolves have completed the signing of Adama Traore with the former Middlesbrough winger moving to Molineux for a club-record £20million fee.
Newly-promoted Wolves announced the news on Twitter on Wednesday morning with the caption: ‘Bienvenido Adama’ to welcome Traore to Molineux.
The 22-year-old had completed his Wolves medical on Tuesday and has put pen to paper on a five-year contract with the Premier League outfit.
Wolves have paid Middlesbrough £10m of the transfer fee up front with the remainder due in installments depending on the number of appearances the player makes among other things.
Last season Traore netted five times and provided 10 assists as Middlesbrough progressed to the play-off semi-finals before losing to his former club Aston Villa.
Traore becomes the 10th arrival of a busy summer transfer window at Wolves ahead of their first campaign back in the top flight since suffering relegation in 2011-12.
Speaking to his new club’s official website, Traore said: ‘I’m so happy to have signed. It’s a great day for me and my family. I am ready to give the team 100 per cent. And I want to thank the club and the gaffer for taking me to the club.’