The midfielder, who has often been linked with Premier League clubs throughout his career, has won over 100 caps for Portugal.
The vastly-experienced playmaker, the third most-capped player in Portugal's history with 113 appearances, arrived in Wolverhampton on Tuesday to finalise his move.
Moutinho, a 31-year-old midfielder with a penchant for long range shots and deft passing, has spent five years in the principality after joining as part of the €70 million double deal which also took James Rodriguez from FC Porto.
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Moutinho started Portugal's first two games of this summer's World Cup.
Moutinho will follow Portugal teammate Rui Patricio to Molineux after the goalkeeper joined on a free transfer from Sporting Lisbon having terminated his contract after an attack by fans.
Moutinho is a four-time league champion, having helped Monaco top Ligue 1 in 2016-17 after collecting a trio of Primeira Liga crowns with Porto in his homeland.
Portuguese players Diogo Jota and Rúben Vinagre, in addition to Neves, are also at Molineux as the club utilise their relationship with super agent Jorge Mendes.