Wolves complete loan signing of striker Jorgen Strand Larsen from Celta Vigo

Wolverhampton Wanderers have completed the signing of Celta Vigo striker Jorgen Strand Larsen on a season-long loan deal with the option of a permanent move.

The Athletic previously reported that Wolves were in talks with the Spanish club over a deal to sign the Norway international. The move will automatically become permanent until 2029 should certain clauses be triggered, the Midlands club confirmed.

Wolves sporting director Matt Hobbs said: “Everyone knows that bringing in a number nine was really important to us this summer, and Jorgen was our number one target for the position, so we are really pleased to have signed him.

“He’s a great guy, who’s got a really good charisma and a great personality, and although he’s still young, still learning and still developing, he’s shown that he can score goals, and puts a lot of work and running in for the rest of the team. We talk a lot about humility at this football club, and he fits that perfectly.

“In Jorgen, we’re getting a guy whose career is on the way up and we hope to keep helping him improve and develop so he can get to the levels we think he can reach.”



Wolves in talks with Celta Vigo over deal for striker Strand Larsen

Strand Larsen, who spent time in AC Milan’s youth academy, joined Celta Vigo from Dutch side FC Groningen in September 2022.

The 6ft 4in forward, scored 18 goals and provided nine assists during his two seasons with Celta Vigo. He has also scored three goals in 14 games for the Norweigan national team.

Wolves have already signed winger Rodrigo Gomes from Braga for £12.7m and are set to sign 17-year-old right-back Pedro Lima from Brazilian side Sport Recife.



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