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Pablo Sarabia: Wolves confirm €5m (£4.4m) signing of Spain international from Paris Saint-Germain

Spain international Pablo Sarabia has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with Wolves after agreeing personal terms and undergoing a medical on Tuesday; he could make his debut away at Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday

Pablo Sarabia, PSG
Image: Pablo Sarabia has joined Wolves from Paris Saint-Germain

Wolves have confirmed the signing of Pablo Sarabia from Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of €5m (£4.4m).

The Spain international has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract at Molineux after agreeing personal terms and undergoing a medical on Tuesday.

Wolves announced the move ahead of their FA Cup third-round replay against Liverpool, with Sarabia watching on from the stands. He could make his debut away at Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday.

The 30-year-old, who featured for Spain at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, was captain for his country's U19 side when Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui was in charge.

They were also briefly at Sevilla together, for a month, before Sarabia left to join PSG in July 2019.

He made 89 appearances while in the French capital, helping them win two Ligue 1 titles, and spent last season on loan at Sporting Lisbon.

Sarabia becomes Wolves' third signing of the January transfer window after the arrivals of Mario Lemina from Nice and Matheus Cunha on loan from Atletico Madrid.

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Pablo Sarabia reacts after seeing his penalty cannon off the post
Image: Sarabia represented Spain at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

'Sarabia could be key for Wolves'

Sky Sports' Adam Bate:

"Pablo Sarabia was at Molineux on Tuesday ahead of official confirmation of his arrival. He is the latest signing as Julen Lopetegui looks to make the adjustments that will keep Wolves in the Premier League. They are currently 16th, two points above the relegation zone.

"The experienced wide forward has an impressive scoring record and goals are what Wolves have been missing this season.

"The focus has been on the need for a striker but Daniel Podence's recent improvement in front of goal highlights the fact that contributions from elsewhere could help turn the club's fortunes around. Sarabia could be key."

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