Wolfsburg affirmed on Sunday that they had fortified their crew in front of their re-visitation of the Champions League by marking Germany forward Luca Waldschmidt from Benfica.
The 25-year-old has marked a four-year contract with the exchange costing the Bundesliga club around 12 million euros ($14 million).
Waldschmidt has gotten back to Germany after one season with Benfica where he scored seven objectives in 27 Portuguese group games.
Wolfsburg are early innovators in the Bundesliga table in the wake of winning their initial two games and are return to the Champions League following a five-year rest.
“He is ideal for our group, physically as well as far as his person,” said Wolfsburg sports chief Marcel Schaefer.
“He is as yet creating, which is the reason we are anticipating handling our objectives along with him.”
Waldschmidt played in the Bundesliga for Freiburg, Eintracht Frankfurt and Hamburg, before they were consigned in 2018.
He made the remainder of his seven appearances for Germany as a substitution in last November’s 6-0 whipping away to Spain and was not chosen for the German Euro 2020 crew.
“I’m extremely glad to be back in the Bundesliga, I truly needed to return,” said Waldschmidt.
“I need to contribute as fast as I can to VfL accomplishing their points in the Bundesliga and on the European stage.”