Nottingham Forest have announced the signing of defender Willy Boly from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The club’s website Nottingham Forest has confirmed the signing of Ivory Coast defender Boly. For a period of two years is moving from Wolverhampton Wanderers officially Boly, 31, becomes Nottingham Forest’s 19th addition to the transfer window this summer, after Brazil left-back Renan Lodi. Recently signed on loan from Atletico Madrid.
Boly has four seasons of experience in the Premier League after joining from FC Porto, initially on loan. Wolverhampton play in the championship Then he bought it after being the main helper for the promotion team. Boly recently joined the Ivory Coast national team. According to his own nationality in 2020, having previously play for the French youth national ufabet team.
The defender is yet to feature this campaign and now has a new challenge with Steve Cooper’s men.
The Ivorian will join the likes of Jesse Lingard, Cheikhou Kouyate, Neco Williams, Morgan Gibbs-White, Taiwo Awoniyi and Renan Lodi in Cooper’s squad.
The 31-year-old refused to play in Wolves’ 1-1 draw with Newcastle on Sunday and secured the move he wanted.
Forest add to their spending total of £140m with a fee that could eventually rise to £4.65million when add-ons are included.
Forest have made a mixed start to the season and are currently in 15th place but have had tricky fixtures against Man City, Tottenham and West Ham.