Wolves keeper Rui Patricio has completed a move to Roma, with the Premier League club set to bring in Olympiakos’ Jose Sa as a replacement.
Roma said Patricio, 33, had joined on a three-year contract for an initial 11.5m euros. The Portugal international is Jose Mourinho’s first signing as Roma boss. “In Jose Mourinho we are talking about one of the greatest coaches in the world,” Patricio said. “I am excited to start working with him.” Patricio who joined Wolves in 2018 from Sporting Lisbon, won Euro 2016 and reached the last-16 of Euro 2020 where they lost to Belgium. “He’s been a fantastic servant to the club,” said Wolves technical director Scott Sellars.