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Ivan Cavaleiro - Player profile

General information
Squad number:
19
 
First name:
Ivan
 
Middle name:
-
 
Last name:
Cavaleiro
 
Playing Position:
Striker
 
Nationality:
Portgual
 
Date of Birth:
Monday, 18 October 1993
 
Place of Birth:
Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal
 
 
Player description
On Saturday 13th July 2019, the Club announced the signing of Ivan Cavaleiro on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.

He agreed a season long deal with the Whites, with the Club holding the option to make the transfer permanent the following summer.

An exciting winger who is comfortable on either flank – and can also do a job centrally – Cavaleiro was an integral part of the Wolves side that won the Sky Bet Championship in 2017/18.

In his 42 matches that season, Cavaleiro scored nine times and laid on a further 12 assists for his teammates as Wolves claimed the title in style.

That was his second season at Molineux, and he also managed to reach double figures for goals and assists in his maiden campaign as well.

A change in formation lessened Cavaleiro’s opportunities in the Premier League, but he still managed to find the back of the net three times in 2018/19. In total, he scored 19 goals and claimed 20 assists in his 106 games for Wolves.

After coming through the Benfica academy and starring for their B team, Cavaleiro made his debut for the senior team in a cup tie in October 2013, and impressed his manager so much that he was involved again in their Champions League tie against Olympiakos a few days later.

Benfica ended up dropping out of the Champions League but excelled in the Europa League, with Cavaleiro part of the team that reached the 2014 Final where they lost on penalties to Sevilla.

The following season he enjoyed a season in La Liga, playing 34 times while on loan at Deportivo de La Coruna.

His performances in Spain caught the attentions of AS Monaco, who brought him to Ligue 1 on a permanent deal for a sizeable transfer fee.

He made his debut in a Champions League qualifier against BSC Young Boys, and netted his first goal for the club in the reverse leg a week later.

Cavaleiro only spent one year in France before Wolves came calling, with the West Midlanders parting with a reported club record fee for his services.

A regular for Portugal throughout the age groups, Cavaleiro is now a full international having made his debut for the senior side in February 2014.

Source: Fulham FC



Transfer information
Transferred in from:
Wolverhampton Wanderers
 
Transferred in date:
Saturday, 13 July 2019
 
Transferred in value:
Loan
 
Transferred out to:
-
 
Transferred out date:
-
 
Transferred out value:
-
 
 
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