Wolverhampton Wanderers duo Connor Ronan and Sylvain Deslandes have been loaned out to Portsmouth for the remainder of the season.
The pair will rejoin ex gaffer Kenny Jackett as they prepare to see out the 2017/18 season at Fratton Park in League One.
Wolves released the news via their official Twitter account:
— Wolves (@Wolves) January 3, 2018
It was in fact Jackett who helped the pair start their Wolves careers, as Jackett signed Deslandes back in 2015, before giving him his first start in 2016.
Ronan was also given his first involvement in a Wolves shirt by the Portsmouth boss, as he brought the young Englishman on his pre-season tours in both 2015 and 2016 – before his untimely sacking.
Both players had featured for Nuno Espirito Santo’s first team during the early stages of this campaign, but havent been near the team since.
With Wolves’ impressive run of form seemingly unending it seems sensible to loan out the players who can’t get regular game time at the Molineux.
The pair will look to help Portsmouth rise back up the English Football league system, as the Hampshire based outfit won the League Two last season, and currently sit in sixth in League One.
In other Wolverhampton Wanderers transfer news, Nuno lines up bid to sign midfield kingpin from Championship promotion rivals.