Being keen on making their return to the Premier League a permanent stay, EFL champions Wolverhampton Wanderers has officially added to their squad, Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio from Sporting Lisbon.
The Portuguese international was among the seven Sporting player, who ended their current contracts following an attack by the fans.
BBC is currently reporting that the Wolves had completed his signing from Sporting Lisbon in a four year deal and is also subjected to an international clearance.
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The 30-year-old goalkeeper played a major role in the Portugal squad that won the European Championships of 2016, and is representing his country at the 2018 Russia World Cup.
Rui Patricio will be joining up new signings, the likes of Willy Boly ad Mexico forward Raul Jimenez, at the Molineux Stadium as they will look to battle off in their first season at the Premier League next season with manager Nuno Espirito Santo.