Wolves midfielder Connor Ronan is likely to be sold by Wolves this summer, despite being held in high regard by club officials and Bruno Lage.
Ronan has now returned to the club after a fantastic campaign on loan at St Mirren. He picked up an injury and won’t play again in 2021/22.
He made 30 appearances for the Buddies, scoring eight goals and making five assists.
Following his impressive spell, Ronan now has a number of clubs on his tail, including Hearts, Rangers and Hibernian.
According to The Athletic, Ronan is unlikely to stay at Wolves after four years of loan moves.
That is apparently despite the fact that Wolves officials, and also Lage, have taken a real shine to the 24-year-old.
The Athletic add that any deal to sell Ronan would include a mandatory sell-on clause.
Ronan has been with Wanderers since the age of 16, joining from Rochdale.
He has actually made 13 appearances for Wolves’ first-team, but his last came back in October 2017.
His loan spell with St Mirren was his sixth, and certainly the most successful so far.
Whilst in Paisley, Ronan carved out a reputation for being extremely dangerous from outside the box, scoring wonder goals against the likes of Rangers and Hearts.
Connor Ronan being sold probably suits both him and Wolves
Ronan being sold this summer would be no real surprise.
The star is 24 now, and has just enjoyed a really productive loan spell.
It is time for him to make a permanent move and become an established member of a starting XI.
Wolves just need to make sure they get that sell-on clause inserted so that they can potentially benefit later down the line.
Ronan is a real talent, and could potentially sell for a lot of money one day.