Wolves have completed the signing of Portuguese youngster Paulo Alves on a free after the player was released by Liverpool.
The 20-year-old, who can play as a central midfielder or as an attacking midfielder, was released by the Reds in May.
Alves was a member of FC Porto’s youth academy and moved to Merseyside in 2015, where he failed to show signs of making a first team breakthrough.
The player has penned a two-year contract at Molineux and is expected to join up with Wolves’ U23 side in Holland and could possibly make his debut against PEC Zwolle on Wednesday.
The Premier League newcomers have already completed the signings of Willy Boly (£10m, Porto), Raul Jimenez (loan, Benfica) and Rui Patricio (free, Sporting Lisbon) this summer.
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