Wolverhampton Wanderers have completed the signing of South Korea international Jeong Sang-bin.
Earlier this week, the Premier League outfit revealed that Hwang Hee-chan – Jeong’s compatriot – had penned a long-term deal at Molineux after taking the decision to turn his loan agreement into a permanent stay.
The West Midlands side have followed that transfer by announcing a deal for Jeong, a 19-year-old winger who has already represented his country at senior level.
Jeong departs K-League side Suwon Bluewings having contributed six goals and two assists from his 31 first-team appearances.
While Jeong has penned a long-term contract with Wolves, he will first spend 18 months at Swiss side Grasshopper Zurich.