Some Wolves fans have been discussing whether or not Ruben Vinagre has a future at Molineux.
The full-back is currently on loan at Olympiacos, but reports claim he is set to end his spell with the Greek side early.
Vinagre has made just four appearances for the club so far, and has struggled to displace former Watford defender Jose Holebas at left-back.
Farmalicao and Wolves only recently did business together, with youngsters Bruno Jordao and Leonardo Campana both heading there on season-long loans in the summer.
Vinagre became a permanent Wolves player in the summer of 2018 after a successful loan spell at Molineux from AS Monaco.
He’s made 70 appearances in gold and black to date, but it was decided he’d go out on loan in the summer, with Fernando Marcal and Rayan Ait-Nouri both coming in.
With Jonny back in light training, Nuno Espirito Santo will soon have plenty of options for the left of his defence.
On social media, some Wolves fans have been discussing whether Vinagre still has a future at the club, as he prepares to head to Farmalicao:
Marçal’s better defensively
Jonny better all around
Ait-Nouri has bags of potential.
It’s a cruel trade, football. I liked RV but its a no from me.
— Andy Woggle (@AndyWoggle) January 4, 2021
No. Not better than Jonny, more potential in Ait-Nouri and defensively not as good as Marcal
— 𝔾𝕒𝕧 𝕎 (@geenar34) January 4, 2021
We have to many wingbacks. He is a good player and will fit into another team and I believe to very well.
— 🐺 Know As AD 🐺 (@ad401ad) January 4, 2021
He had plenty of chances and unfortunately wasn’t good enough.
— billy quiet (@billyquiet7) January 4, 2021
— Bobbyjo (@BillyNoMatez1) January 4, 2021
— chris nock (@chris_1968) January 4, 2021
In a word….maybe?
He’s still got the potential. He’s still young. He needs regular game time so he can learn his defensive duties as he plays
— Sam Clark (@SamclarkUk) January 4, 2021
I certainly hope so. He is no worse than any of the other options currently playing in his position. My personal fave player, before he left on loan.
— Adam Evans (@iamadamevans) January 4, 2021