Wolves have signed Portugal winger Francisco Trincao on a season-long from Barcelona.
The deal includes a non-compulsory option to buy for the 21-year-old.
He joined the Spanish club from Portuguese side Braga in the summer of 2020.
Trincao made 28 league appearances for Barcelona last season.
He scored three goals and providing two assists, and seven Champions League outings.
His arrival follows Wolves’ signing of Colombian defender Yerson Mosquera.
“He’s a really exciting player,” said the Premier League club’s technical director Scott Sellars of Trincao.
“It’s an area we’d like more competition, in terms of wide players. I think the fans are going to enjoy watching him play.”
“He drives with the ball well and has good creativity.”
Trincao began his career in his native Portugal with Braga, for whom he played Europa League football, before moving to Barcelona in August last year.