Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have been discussing whether Leander Dendoncker should be kept or sold this summer, amid some worrying form from the Belgium international.

The team has struggled as a collective this season.

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Plenty of players have underwhelmed.

At this point, fans really just can’t wait for the season to end and the club to start making signings ahead of 2021/22.

There’s been plenty of talk about who might be offloaded, and it seems Dendoncker’s name is starting to crop up more and more.

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The 26-year-old actually started the season quite well, and there was a point where fans were clamouring for him to start every game.

But just recently, Dendoncker’s form has really taken a nosedive, and he’s someone fans have expected a lot more from as an experienced player on high wages (£90,000-a-week, Spotrac).

Unfortunately he hasn’t looked comfortable in defence or midfield of late, and his finishing has been really poor all season, as evidenced by his tally of just one goal.

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Opinion seems to be fairly divided about Dendoncker at this moment in time.

Some believe he’s just in a bad moment and will come good again, while others have lost patience with the former Anderlecht man:

 

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