The 25-year-old Portugal international, who can also operate as a forward, has taken to Twitter to look ahead to his time with Fulham, who will play in the Championship next season after getting relegated from the Premier League.
Wolves fans have responded to Cavaleiro’s post on Twitter, and so have Fulham supporters.
Below are some of the best comments:
Thanks for dancing round defenders and never giving the ball away Cav. #onceawolfalwaysawolf— Phil (@wolvesphil) July 13, 2019
Good luck Cav, going to miss you, thanks for some fantastic memories #wwfc— WolvesFirst (@WolvesFirst) July 13, 2019
What an absolute gentleman no trouble no moaning or nothing ,needs game time and he will score lots in the championship. A pleasure to see some footballers will class, grace and humbleness and lot of bloody skills Fulham enjoy .good luck cav— the beach (@beachbanjo123) July 13, 2019
Good luck Ivan and thank you for all you did for us.— Irish Wolves (@IrishWolvesFans) July 13, 2019
All the best cav top player n great memories in a wolves shirt, sad to see you go— Robert moffat (@Rmoffat87) July 13, 2019
Welcome to London’s original football club Ivan ! Oh and the best sited ground in the country.— Dave (@doydoy64) July 13, 2019
Great tribute. This is the kind of thing that makes me happy as a Fulham supporter. Knowing that we are getting a good guy who’s had an impact on the fans.— Justin Sanders (@JustinASanders) July 13, 2019
Cavaleiro did well for Wolves when the Wanderers were in the Championship, and Fulham have made a very good signing in their quest to return to the Premier League.
The winger knows the Championship inside out, and his pace and tricks will enhance the Cottagers’ quality in attack.
Cavaleiro joined Wolves from AS Monaco in the summer of 2016 for a transfer fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £7 million.
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