The West Midlands outfit has been chasing the 6ft 7in striker in recent weeks and the 25-year-old has now put the paper on a five-year contract with the option of another 12 months.
Kalajadzik completed his medical at Wolves’ training ground on Wednesday morning and became his fourth summer signing after Goncalo Guedes, Matthias Nunes and Nathan Collins as the summer arrived.
Wolves have signed Stuttgart striker Sasa Kalajadzik in a £15.3million deal and bonus
The 25-year-old has put on paper a five-year deal with an option for the next 12 months
Tallest Premier League Players:
Kostel Pantimon – 203 cm
Lasina Traore – 203 cm
Peter Crouch – 202 cm
Nikola Zigik – 202 cm
Dan Byrne – 200 cm
Sasa Kalajadzhik – 200 cm
Wolves technical director Scott Sellers said: ‘We are very pleased to have secured the signing of Sasa, who is a talented young striker who has many outstanding attributes for his game and fits the profile that we are looking forward to this summer. Looking for
‘Sasa has had great success in Germany’s Bundesliga, and we look forward to seeing what he can do in the Premier League.’
200cm Kalajadzik – who will wear the No. 18 shirt in Molineux – became the fifth tallest outfield player in Premier League history.
Austrian Costel comes next in the list of tallest players in the league, followed by Pantimon, Lasina Traore, Peter Crouch and Nikola Zigi.
Bruno Lage is desperate to add to his squad this summer and will be happy to sign the Austrian who has also drawn interest from Brighton, Everton and Manchester United.
The 25-year-old has won 15 caps for his country and scored 24 goals in 60 appearances for Stuttgart, while he also added 12 assists.
The former Admira Wacker striker continued his recent form this season, contributing three assists in three games for a club that narrowly missed out on the play-off spot last season.
Wolves got two points from four games and finished 19th after Alan Saint-Maximin equalized in the 90th minute for Newcastle, ensuring they share the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Molyneux on Sunday.
Kalajadzik completed his medical at Wolves’ training ground on Wednesday morning
Bruno Lage is desperate to move on and would be pleased to sign the Austrian
Ledge’s outfit is keen to add more firepower with Raul Jimenez the club’s only natural No. 9.
The Mexican scored just six goals last season as he struggled to regain his best form after returning to Premier League action in November 2020 following a horrific skull fracture.
Wolves are also believed to be interested in West Ham defender Craig Dawson, who is believed to be considering life away from London Stadium.
While Aston Villa were considered to be at the fore as they looked for solutions to their defensive issues, Wolves have made it clear that they are also interested in Dawson’s services.
Last season, Dawson was named in the Europa League’s UEFA squad for his work during West Ham’s race to the semi-finals of the second European competition.
Wolves are currently undefeated in the Premier League with only two points from four matches