While all the talk recently has been about who is leaving Molineux, Wolves boss Ståle Solbakken has gone and made another signing.
The latest addition to his team is 27-year-old Polish international midfielder Slavomir Peszko.
Peszko was at Compton on Monday, completing a medical and although the E&S have suggested that there had been a few snags to the deal involving his agent (or agents) the deal has now been finalised.
Peszko joins Wolves initially on a season-long loan from FC Cologne, but he could make the move permanent in 12 months time.
“Slawo is a player who can operate on both wings and had a very good first half to the season last year, setting up a lot of goals for Podolski.’ Solbakken told Wolves Official Website.
While admitting that he didn’t have the best second half of the season, missing out on a call-up to the Polish national team for Euro 2012, the gaffer believes that he can use that as motivation this season.
He added: “Like a lot of us, I also think he will be looking for revenge for last season, and he is ready for a new challenge.
“I am delighted that new challenge is going to be with Wolves.”
Vital Wolves Comment: Will he prove to be a good replacement to Michael Kightly? Only time will tell.
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