Stoke City Set To Snap Up Target After Agreeing Fee
Stoke City have a deal in place with Wolves for the signature of goalkeeper Sarkic on a permanent deal, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Sarkic spent the latter half of last season on loan at Stoke and did enough to impress the club to pursue a permanent deal this summer.
The Potters have been in talks with Wolves to secure a deal to take the goalkeeper back to the bet365 Stadium in the ongoing window.
Wolves have also been open to letting him go as Sarkic is not part of Julen Lopetegui’s plans going forward.
It has been claimed that Stoke finally have an agreement in place with Wolves for his permanent transfer.
The Championship club have agreed to pay an initial fee of £1.25m as part of the deal between the two clubs.
Wolves stand to get more money from his departure as they have managed to include several add-ons and a sell-on clause
Sarkic will now travel to Stoke where he will undergo a medical and sign a permanent contract with the club.