Winger Seedorf departs Wolves to join Well on two-year deal
Wolves have allowed Dutch winger Sherwin Seedorf to join Scottish Premiership side Motherwell on a two-year deal.
The 21-year-old becomes Well’s eighth summer arrival after signing a deal at Fir Park.
Seedorf did not make a first-team appearance for Wolves after joining from the Nike Academy in February 2017.
He was previously in the Feyenoord youth set-up.
But the wide player gained first-team experience on loan at Bradford and Spanish second-tier side Jumilla last season.
Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson told his club’s website: ‘Sherwin has a lot of raw attributes that make for an exciting prospect.
‘He’s very quick, he’s direct and likes to take players on in the final third.
‘He has also shown a willingness and a maturity to get out on loan, play games and develop himself.
‘He is at a good place to learn more, develop and make an impact on the first team.
‘ Motherwell described Seedorf as having ‘distant family ties’ to former Real Madrid and Holland midfielder Clarence Seedorf.