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Wolves transfer news: Wanderers considering selling Connor Ronan

Wolves are reportedly now considering selling midfielder Connor Ronan this summer.

According to the Express & Star, the club are open to offloading the 24-year-old after his fantastic campaign with St Mirren in 2021/22.

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Ronan spent the season on loan with the Paisley outfit, and scored eight goals and made five assists for them.

He finished the season by winning a string of awards, including Player of the Year.

It was by far the best loan spell off his career to date, and there has been some speculation about his future recently.

Ronan has been at Wolves since the age of 16, joining from Rochdale.

He’s made 13 appearances for the first-team, but none since 2018.

He’s had a string of loan spells, with the club looking to see if he could perhaps develop into a player who could become a regular first-team squad player.

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But it seems Wolves are now looking to take advantage of the season Ronan has just had.

The club would consider a permanent transfer if the money was right, as reported by the Express & Star.

There is interest from Hearts, with the Edinburgh-based club having been on the receiving end of a stunning goal from Ronan back in March.

Wolves are right to try and cash in on Ronan, but club should seek to negotiate sell-on clause

Realistically, this is the right stance for the club to take on Ronan.

His stock is high right now, and there is potentially to bring in a decent fee for him this summer.

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But Wolves should try to negotiate a sell-on clause with whoever is looking to buy Ronan.

Potentially, he could develop really nicely in the coming years and it would be good if Wolves stood to benefit from any future transfers.

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