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Theo Corbeanu to end Sheffield Wednesday loan and join MK Dons

Wolves youngster Theo Corbeanu is reportedly bringing his loan move with Sheffield Wednesday to an end.

According to The Sheffield Star, the Canada international is set to terminate his deal with the Owls after a mutual agreement with Wolves.

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Corbeanu has played 18 games for the League One side, but it seems he will not add any more to that tally.

Apparently, Wolves have activated their recall option on the player. And they are now set to send him to MK Dons, who are Wednesday’s league rivals.

The club’s playing style is supposedly a factor in the decision.

The development will likely come as a blow to manager Darren Moore.

He was a fan of Corbeanu, and said he had wonderful balance and wonderful flair back in October.

It was only last month that he said he was hopeful of keeping his loan contingent for this season intact.

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He said: “Can I guarantee they’re all going to stay? No. Are there conversations to be had with all of the clubs? Yes there are. We’ll be working hard to try to keep them in the building.”

Corbeanu often came in for praise from Owls fans for his direct style.

In November he scored an outstanding goal for the club in a 3-2 win over Accrington Stanley.

He was playing fairly regularly, and so this news does comes as something of a surprise.

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This news about Corbeanu certainly comes out of blue.

There was no mention of him from The Athletic in their report the other day that had information about Dion Sanderson, Ryan Giles and Morgan Gibbs-White.

Perhaps it is something the club have only just decided.

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Hopefully any move to MK Dons will be a success for Corbeanu.

The main thing is that he keeps on playing. He’d be playing in the same division by making that particular move, so hopefully he’d be able to hit the ground running fairly quickly.

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