By Danny Wright
Three Wolves players are expected to leave Molineux this summer, according to a reliable journalist.
Express and Star reporter Tim Spiers reported on his personal Twitter account that Jed Wallace, Ethan Ebanks-Landell and Andy Lonergan will exit the Black Country club.
It is understood that winger Wallace is set for a move back to Millwall, having spent two loan spells at the New Den and Ebanks-Landell will switch to Sheffield United after spending the season on loan with the League One champions.
As for outgoings…Wallace to Millwall and EEL to Sheff Utd look likely. Also expecting Lonergan to leave.
— Tim Spiers (@TimSpiers) June 7, 2017
Lonergan, 33, was only signed by Wolves as a back-up goalkeeper last summer from Championship rivals Fulham, but it isn’t clear whether or not he has found a new club yet.
He made 17 appearances in all competitions for the West Midlands club, keeping five clean sheets.
Wallace joined from Portsmouth in 2015 but has made just 23 appearances during his two years in the Black Country.
Ebanks-Landell, 24, has spent his entire career with Wolves having been a product of their academy.
The Smethwick-born stopper made 50 appearances in all competitions for Wanderers during his time there and has been out on loan to two different clubs; Sheffield United and Bury.
Football Insider Verdict
It looks as though the wheels are starting to set into motion since the arrival of Nuno Espirito Santo at Molineux. Wolves had endured a pretty tough debut season under their new Chinese owners, so they will be hoping that the Portuguese boss can begin to make steady progress towards helping them return to the Premier League. Wallace and Lonergan haven’t been with Wolves for very long so fans may not be worried about their departures, but seeing a youth product sold can be potentially disappointing for the Molineux faithful – especially when he might be going to one of their Championship rivals.
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