Wolves seal Gomes signing from Braga

Wolves have completed the signing of Rodrigo Gomes from Braga in a deal worth £12.7m.

The winger signed a contract until 2029 with a one-year option after completing his medical on Tuesday.

Boss Gary O'Neil said: "I'm delighted, especially to get one in so early. I think in transfer windows it's very easy for everything to drag on and get done very late, but from a squad point of view - laying plans for next season - it's really important.

"The type of player Rodrigo is, he had a fantastic season last season, playing in many different positions and he's only 20 years old. For where we are as a club, he's the perfect type of signing for us. He's young and has potential."

Gomes becomes Wolves' second signing of the summer after Tommy Doyle's loan move from Manchester City was made permanent.

O'Neil added: "He's not proven at Premier League level yet, but he's one we can definitely know we can get to that level - we can work with him and help him develop, proving himself in the toughest league in the world.

"I'm really looking forward to working with him, he's a great character - every time I've watched him, his enthusiasm and endeavour has drawn my eyes towards him, so I'm really pleased and he's a really good signing for us."

Portugal Under-21 international Gomes spent last season on loan at Estoril, making 30 appearances and scoring seven times. He made his Braga debut in 2020 and scored once in 43 outings.