The 26-year-old Milijas spent three years at Red Star
Premier League newcomers Wolves have signed Nenad Milijas from Red Star Belgrade for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old Serbian international midfielder has signed a four-year deal, subject to a work permit.
Milijas won the league and Serbian Cup twice each with Red Star and was their top scorer last season with 16 goals.
"Nenad is a star player and an international of note in a talented Serbian team," Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey told the club's website.
"He scored 16 goals from 30-odd games for Red Star Belgrade last season from central midfield and is also a physical presence who can play in a variety of different positions as well as being left-footed which gives the team more balance.
"He's got plenty of experience but also at 26 is in the prime of his career.
"This is a big signing for us and we are absolutely delighted with it."
A number of European clubs, including Borussia Monchengladbach, Borussia Dortmund, Panathinaikos, Roma and CSKA Moscow had been interested in £2.5m-rated Milijas.
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