Wolves have thrashed out a permanent option in their deal for Real Sociedad striker Willian Jose.
Wolves would have to pay around £17million to sign Willian Jose on a permanent basis, says the Express & Star.
A deal is being worked on to bring the 29-year-old Brazilian in on loan for the rest of the season, with the option – not an obligation – to buy him in the summer.
And it is understood the permanent option would be roughly £17.7m (20m Euros).
Wolves are aiming to boost their strikeforce after Raul Jimenez's injury and a recent poor run of results in the Premier League.
Willian Jose's move is not yet set in stone but on course to be completed.