Wolves have confirmed the signing of young defender Ki-Jana Hoever from Premier League champions Liverpool in a £13.5m deal.
The transfer was officially announced this weekend after the Dutchman penned a five-year deal.
The Reds will receive an initial fee of £9m for the transfer of the player, while the remainder is dependent on the fulfilment of the add-ons inserted to his contract.
Ki-Jana Hoever leaves Liverpool after two seasons as he failed to break into the Reds team during his time at the club.
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The majority of his appearances in the Reds colour came for the youth teams.
Ki-Jana Hoever becomes the fifth summer signing at Wolves who failed to qualify for European football this season after finishing in 7th position on the Premier League last term.
They had the option of Europa League last season but crashed out to eventual winners Sevilla in the quarterfinals.
Wolves have been very active in the transfer window this summer after the club-record deal to sign teenager Fabio Silva from FC Porto.
They also signed Vitinha from the Portuguese Champions as the contingent from Portugal continues to grow at the club.
Matija Sarkic (Aston Villa) and Marcal (Olympique Lyon) also signed for Wolves this summer.