Wolverhampton Wanderers have concluded the signing of Austria striker Sasa Kalajdzic from Stuttgart.
The 25-yr-old has signed a 5-12 months deal, with the choice of a further more 12 months, just after the clubs agreed a cost of 18m euros (£15m) additionally increase-ons.
The move is topic to a visa and function allow being acquired.
“I am seriously grateful and joyful to be here. It was the club that desired me the most in the end,” mentioned Kalajdzic, who has 15 caps for his region.
“I am two metres tall, but also not terrible with my feet. I am just hungry to score ambitions.
“I want to perform superior soccer and score many objectives. I want to perform eye-catching soccer. I am a staff participant, I want to support the workforce, which is the most important detail.
“When the staff is looking fantastic, I’m searching fantastic as properly.”
Kalajdzic scored 16 occasions in 33 game titles in the German Bundesliga for Stuttgart in 2020-21 and extra 6 aims in 15 appearances for them previous time.
On his time in Germany, he added: “It can be unusual simply because I experienced some injuries which stopped me scoring far more targets, but I believe I produced as a participant and as a person.”
“We are very pleased to safe the signing of Sasa,” reported Wolves technological director Scott Sellars.
“He is a talented youthful striker, has numerous outstanding attributes to his activity and suits the profile we have been looking for this summer season.
“Sasa has experienced fantastic success in Germany’s Bundesliga, and we are hunting forward to viewing what he can do in the Leading League.”