Motherwell have announced the signing of Wolves youngster Sherwin Seedorf on a two-year-deal.

The winger had loan spells at Bradford City and Spanish outfit FC Jumila last season.  Manager Stephen Robinson has made his feelings clear recently that wide players is what the Well needed this summer.

Seedorf is a Motherwell winger now after moving on from Wolves. (Photo by Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images)

They’ve now added two in the past week, with recent Fir Park recruit Devante Cole also capable of playing on either flank.

With that in mind, are Motherwell finished with their transfer business?

Motherwell need another striker to complete transfer business

Seedorf himself has the attributes the Well need. He’s very pacey and direct, not afraid to take wingers on. What he could be doing with is having end product.

Pacey and direct. (Photo by Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images)

Too many Well wingers recently have been decent, the likes of Gboly Ariyibi and Elliot Frear, but haven’t had the ability to deliver a killer cross or shot consistently. Seedorf has to make sure he adds that to his locker, having not scored or assisted at senior level yet in the 19 outings he’s had.

As for Motherwell’s transfer business, where does this leave them? Robinson seems to have rectified his winger problem. Now all that’s left is to get an out and out number nine.

Striker Chris Long has been decent in pre-season, but with youngster James Scott and Danny Johnson as his only real competition for the starting spot, another is needed.

Long has scored twice so far this pre-season. (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

Johnson too has been decent in pre-season, but you get the feeling he’s just not suited for the Well. He’s probably the best natural finisher at the club, however, Motherwell’s aggressive style through the middle doesn’t play to his strengths.

Robinson needs a Curtis Main type player, only with the ability to score. Someone that will run all day and press the backline, but is equally capable of putting the ball away once the opportunity falls to them.

Motherwell have made a habit of plucking stars from non-league football in recent years. Perhaps this forward could come from there and follow the likes of Marvin Johnson and Louis Moult in making their name at Fir Park?

Moult was Motherwell’s last out and out goalscorer. (Photo by Steve Welsh/Getty Images)

The signing of Clarence Seedorf’s distant relative Sherwin is a decent pick up for Motherwell. If they add another striker, they can be pleased with their summer transfer efforts.

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