Wolves have acquired the signature of 19-year old Ecuadorian national Leonardo Campana. The striker, who already has 4 games for Ecuador to his name, comes from Ecuadorian team Barcelona SC. He played a total of 21 games for the side, scoring 4 goals.
Wolves’ first signing
Campana becomes Wolverhampton’s first new signing of the winter transfer window and it’s doubtful he’ll be the last. Wolves have been linked with a number of players, including Enzo Loiodice, and Daniel Podence.
“I have been following the Wolves for a while, ever since they started playing in the Premier League, and I have always enjoyed watching them play,” said Campana.
“I am excited about the work the team has achieved this season. I know they support each other, their relationship with the manager is a good one and I know all the players get along really well. That motivated me to come here and to be part of this big family.”
“My goal is to earn my place on the pitch and to try to play in every game. I want to do my job, which is to score goals, to play well and be a team player to help the team win – as that is what we all want to happen.”
“I am very glad to be here, and I am waiting and counting down the days to play at the stadium for the amazing fans,” he said. I have been here for just one day, but I have been following the club for a while. I follow their social media, so I know the group and who all the players are.
“I know they get along really well, and the facilities are amazing, they are beautiful, and I can’t wait to start playing here.”
Campana will not be available for Wolves straight away, though, as he’ll be part of Ecuador’s team in the pre-Olympic Championship over the next few weeks.