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Madrid: Brazilian striker Willian Jose has moved from Real Sociedad to English side Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan until the end of the season with the option to buy him, the two clubs announced on Saturday.
“The Royal Society has reached an agreement with the Wolverhampton Wanderers to transfer Willian Jose until June 30, 2021. The British team has the option to buy,” the Society wrote in a statement.
As for Wolverhampton, he added: “He will bring a new attacking option to Nuno Esperiti Santo (Portuguese coach).”
According to Spanish newspapers, the purchase option ranges from 20 to 25 million euros.
This season, the spearhead scored 6 goals and an assist in 21 games in various competitions with the Basque team.
He was fired in the Copa del Rey against Córdoba in the third division, which put his team at the final price.
Willian Jose was expected to leave for about a year. He left the group in the winter of 2020 to accept Tottenham’s offer before the Society finally refused to leave. After a similar season last summer, he finally joined Wolverhampton, the Premier League club.
With the Society since 2016, he scored 62 goals in 170 games in various competitions.