Wolverhampton Wanderers have a number of players out on loan. According to the club’s official website, Wolves have 23 who are currently plying their trade elsewhere.

Naturally with such a high number of footballers, the players have endured varying levels of success during their loan spells.

Below are three players Wolves should consider recalling from their loan spells due to the lack of game-time they are gathering.

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Dion Sanderson – Birmingham City

Wolves highly rate Dion Sanderson. Last summer, he signed a new contract with his boyhood club ahead of making the short trip to Birmingham City on loan.

Initially, it looked like smart business by the club. However, Sanderson has only started two league games in the EFL Championship this season.

In previous loan spells at Cardiff City and Sunderland, Sanderson has shown that he can operate at a high level. Wolves may consider sending him to a different club in January.

Dion Sanderson Signs Contract Extension with Wolverhampton Wanderers
WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JULY 13: Dion Sanderson poses for a portrait after signing a contract extension with Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

Andreas Sondergaard – Randers

The 20-year-old Danish goalkeeper was sent out on loan to his native Randers this month. The aim was to secure some senior football.


Unfortunately the only minutes he has accrued so far are for Randers’ reserve side – where he kept a clean in a 1-0 victory.

Given he was a regular in Wolves U23 playing football at this level seems a step-down.

Hopefully with time, he can make the number one jersey his own. If not, Wolves should consider deploying him elsewhere.

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WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND – AUGUST 31: Andreas Sondergaard of Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

Theo Corbeanu – Sheffield Wednesday

Theo Corbeanu is another player who is highly thought of within the Wolves ranks. Despite this, he has not really been in the first team picture since arriving at Hillsborough.

The Canadian international has not been involved in the Owls’ last three matchday squads. All of his appearances have been off the bench.

Last season Corbeanu made his Premier League debut. He has big potential and maybe a move elsewhere will give him more minutes.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – MAY 17: Theo Corbeanu of Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)
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