It is the final day of the transfer window and it seems Wolves are set for more outgoings than new arrivals.
The Athletic’s Wolves correspondent Tim Spiers says that as many as four players could depart before the deadline.
They are goalkeepers Andreas Sondergaard and Louie Moulden, as well as midfielders Ryan Giles and Taylor Perry.
Sondergaard was on loan with Randers for the first half of the season but that loan spell was always going to end in the winter.
Moulden has been in the Under-23s team but could seemingly be set for an exit to get a first taste of senior men’s football.
Perry was out on loan with Cheltenham Town but an injury hampered his progress in League 1, where he was doing well and he came back early.
Giles was at Cardiff, who changed their manager from Mick McCarthy to Steve Morison mid-season, but could head back out into the Championship.
Bruno Jordao is already bound for a loan exit to Grasshoppers, joining the host of Wolves players in the ranks at the Swiss outfit.
Some fans may hope for a new midfield arrival, but Spiers also said in another tweet that there were no big new faces being planned as it stands.
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