VfL Wolfsburg are set to secure the services of Austrian goalkeeper Pavao Pervan. Subject to a medical examination, the 30-year-old keeper and captain of Austrian Bundesliga club LASK, will sign a three-year deal with the Green-Whites. Pervan, who made his first appearance in the Austrian national squad in October 2017, completes the VfL goalkeeper-team, along with Koen Casteels and Phillip Menzel.
Pavao Pervan was born in Bosnia & Herzegovina, but moved to Austria as a four-year-old. He has been with LASK since 2010 and has made over 200 appearances for the club. Since 2012, Parvan has been first-choice goalkeeper in LASK, with whom he won promotion to the second-flight in 2014 and then to the Bundesliga in 2017. In the recently completed season, Linz achieved qualification for the UEFA Europa League.