Helder Costa: Leeds United sign Wolves forward on loan before permanent move

Helder Costa
Helder Costa scored 22 goals for Wolves after first joining the club on loan in July 2016

Leeds have signed Wolves forward Helder Costa on a season-long loan, before a permanent move next summer.

The Portuguese will join on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

The 25-year-old moved to Wolves from Benfica, initially on loan in 2016, before making the move permanent for a then club record £13m in January 2017.

He scored 19 goals in 106 league appearances for the Molineux side and helped them win promotion to the Premier League in 2017-18.

Leeds confirmed the loan arrivals of Jack Harrison from Manchester City and Ben White from Brighton on Monday, along with the signing of Liam McCarron on a three-year deal from Carlisle United.

Jack Clarke completed his £10m move to Tottenham on Tuesday and was loaned straight back to the Elland Road outfit.

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