English Premier League side Wolves have completed the signing of another Portuguese winger Francisco Trincao on a season-long loan from Spanish top side Barcelona. The deal includes “a non-compulsory option to buy” the 21-year-old, who joined the Spanish club from the Portuguese side Braga in the summer of 2020 is the first signing of Wolve since the arrival of their new manager.
Francisco Trincao Joins Wolves
Trinca made 28 league appearances for Barcelona last season, scoring three goals in all the appearances and providing two assists, and seven Champions League outings. His arrival follows Wolves signing of South American Colombian defender Yerson Mosquera. Speaking about the signing of the player, Wolves technical director Scott Sellars of Trincao said “He’s a really exciting player.”
He also said player’s position is an area they need more competition, in terms of wide players. he also said he thinks the fans will like and enjoy watching him play as he drives with the ball well and has good creativity.