The 26-year-old can be in Wolves, their first Japanese participant after having an impressive first half-season of European soccer with Grasshoppers, the group that Wolves have began a ‘feeder club’ partnership with within the 12 months 2020.
Kawakbe scored 4 targets and helped three targets as an attacking midfielder throughout his 18 video games in Switzerland since his transfer to this membership in Sanfrecce Hiroshima final summer season.
The participant made his first debut in a senior Japan group in a match towards South Korea in March 2021. He has up to now made 4 worldwide appearances and scored his debut purpose with Japan within the World Cup qualifying victory over Tajikistan in June.
Now, the midfielder heads to Molineux on a three-and-a-half-year deal. He can be coaching in January with Bruno Lage’s squad since his group within the Swiss Super League is now taking a break for winter and is scheduled to return to Grasshoppers on mortgage on the finish of the month.
Wolves Technical director Scott Sellars stated:
“He’s an attacking midfielder extraordinarily energetic, energetic, and of fine high quality. He’s shined for Grasshoppers this season and is among the causes they’re performing very effectively.
“Due in accordance with the GBE requirements to sign international players, Hayao is a player legally eligible to sign with the British club this month, so we’ve decided to confirm the signing.
“Hayao will spend January with Bruno’s group while the Swiss Super League is on a winter break, then he’ll likely return to Grasshoppers to finish the season there, as he has been an important player for them so far; this season.”
This follows Wolves Defender Toti Gomes returning Wolves from Grasshoppers to start coaching this month earlier than returning to Switzerland for his mortgage interval.
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