Vitinha, a midfielder from Porto in Portugal, was the first player signed by French champion Paris Saint-Germain this offseason on Thursday.
The 22-year-old international from Portugal has a five-year deal that runs until 2027, according to PSG. The club included no financial information in its announcement, but Vitinha is said to have cost PSG 40 million euros ($42 million).
He is viewed as Marco Verratti's eventual replacement at PSG, an Italian midfielder who is 29 years old.
At the age of 11, Vitinha signed with Porto, a two-time European champion, and he made his professional debut in 2020.
During the 2020–21 English Premier League season, he was on loan to Wolverhampton, where he made 22 total and 19 league games.
Vitinha has three Portugal appearances under his belt.