Wolves will put Jorgen Strand Larsen through a medical on Monday as they close in on signing him from Celta Vigo on a initial loan, according to the Daily Telegraph.


Gary O’Neil wants to boost his attacking options and the club have settled on Norwegian Strand Larsen as a good fit.


They have now successfully thrashed out an agreement with La Liga outfit Celta Vigo and it will see the striker come in initially on loan.



Wolves will pay a loan fee of €3m for Strand Larsen, with the deal containing a €27m option to sign him permanently, which will be triggered by the number of appearances he makes.


The Molineux side would be able to put the purchase sum of €27m into next year’s accounts.



Strand Larsen will now be put through his medical paces on Monday.


The 24-year-old was a regular goalscorer in La Liga for Celta Vigo last season and the longest number of league games he went without scoring in the campaign was four.



Strand Larsen is a senior Norway international and has won 14 caps for his country so far.