The transfer window is currently open, and a lot of Wolves fans are concerned with who may be coming into the club this month.
There has been a lot of speculation, but realistically, the returns of Patrick Cutrone and Morgan Gibbs-White from their loans will likely be it in terms of incomings.
But there may well be some activity on the outgoings front, and here are three Wolves youngsters who could be heading out on loan:
He’s been one of the standout performers for the U23s this season, and the 18-year-old has a bright future ahead of him.
The Canadian forward has made the bench for the first-team four times this season, with Nuno seemingly just wanting to give him a taste of the matchday experience.
He hasn’t yet featured on the pitch though, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him head elsewhere before that happens.
Realistically, the talented Corbeanu – whom James Collins recently said ‘can be magnificent’ (Wolves official) – should get regular minutes in senior football before being subject to the rough and tumble of the Premier League.
Another player who has been shining for the U23s.
Goalscoring midfielder Taylor Perry has actually been backed by Collins to make a loan move.
He told the club’s official website last month: “He’s ready – you don’t want them going out if they’re not ready, but he’s ready for the Football League.”
Perry, like Corbeanu, has an exciting future, and the fact he’s shown he can get goals from midfield is extremely promising especially since that is currently an issue within the first-team.
The German midfielder revealed back in October that Wolves actually blocked him from making a loan move in the last transfer window.
Several teams were supposedly interested in taking him, but Wolves felt it best to keep him at Compton following the ACL injury he sustained, which kept him sidelined for almost 13 months.
Shabani has been in good form in 2020/21, scoring three goals and making three assists, and it could well be decided that he’ll head somewhere else for the second half of the season to prepare him for a potential first-team jump.