A number of Championship and League One clubs are chasing Wolves goalkeeper Andreas Sondergaard ahead of the window closure, Football Insider can reveal.
The highly-rated 20-year-old was handed a new contract in December.
A recruitment source has told Football Insider Wolves are likely to loan him out for the second half of the campaign.
Andreas Sondergaard keeping everyone at bay.
— Wolves (@Wolves) June 14, 2020
He has been involved in two matchday squads since signing his contract but is yet to make an appearance for Nuno Espirito Santo’s first-team.
Instead, he has been a regular in Wolves’ Under-23 side since his move from Danish side Odense Boldklub in January 2018.
He has kept 13 clean sheets in 54 games for Wolves Under-23s including four clean sheets in 12 Premier League 2 games this season.
The Midlands club currently sit second in Premier League 2 Divison 2, eight points behind leaders Leeds United.
The shot-stopper also registered an assist in their 3-0 win over Fulham earlier this season and has captained the side on occasion.
Sondergaard got a taste of senior football when he started Wolves Under-23s EFL Trophy 2-1 second-round defeat to League Two side Port Vale in December.
The Denmark Under-19 international is a regular in first-team training but is third-choice at Molineux.
Both Rui Patricio and John Ruddy are ahead of them in the pecking order and Ruddy has started both of their FA Cup games this season.
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