By Will Butcher

Wolves are set to sign Portugal international Ivan Cavaleiro after he completed a medical on Monday, according to a report.

The 22-year-old winger was omitted from the Monaco squad that beat PSG 3-1 on Sunday and talks over personal terms have been ongoing with Wolves since he flew to the UK on Monday.

Goal claim that Cavaleiro is set to sign a loan deal at Molineux with an option for the deal to become permanent next summer.

It is said that the player held a meeting at Wolves’ offices on Monday to discuss the terms of the transfer.

Cavaleiro signed for the French giants last summer for £12.8million last summer, but has only managed to make 19 appearances for Les Rouges et Blancs with seven of those being from the bench.

The Express and Star claimed on Monday that the former Benfica winger is set to form a reunion with Wolves’ loanee Helder Costa, who he has played with at Portuguese giants and Monaco.

The Benfica academy graduate signed for Monaco last summer in a £13million move, after penning a deal that would see him stay at the Stade Louis II until 2020.

Cavaleiro, who made his debut for Portugal against Cameroon in 2014, made his first big breakthrough while on loan at La Liga side Deportivo. He scored three goals and supplied another three in 34 appearances for the relegation-threatened side.

In other Wolves transfer news, this Premier League midfielder could also be set for a loan move to Walter Zenga’s side.