‘Locked in’ - Wolves get fourth January signing over the line with medical booked

Latest transfer news and details as Wolverhampton Wanderers look set to complete their fourth January transfer with a medical booked for a West Ham player.

Wolverhampton Wanderers are finally set to complete the permanent signing of West Ham United defender Craig Dawson, with a fee agreed between the two clubs. The former West Bromwich Albion ace has been scheduled to have his medical as Wolves look to make him their fourth incoming of the January transfer window.

Deep in a relegation zone and under new management, Wanderers were bound to bring in plenty of fresh faces this month and they have delivered. Julen Lopetegui understandably is keen to make his mark on the football club as he understands the vital importance of avoiding relegation.

As reported by Express Sport, Dawson is expected to undergo his medical soon after a £3.3 million fee was agreed upon. The 32-year-old centre-half has made 246 career Premier League appearances, including an impressive 34 out of a possible 38 for West Ham last campaign.

Dawson joins Matheus Cunha, Mario Lemina and Pablo Sarabia as new signings at Molineux, but Wanderers are not expected to be done with their business just yet. Negotiations are back underway with Atletico Madrid for Felipe, meanwhile, the Joao Gomes situation is still very much up in the air but should be resolved soon.