Wolves midfielder Connor Ronan is the subject of interest from Championship clubs Huddersfield Town, Cardiff City and Coventry City.
According to journalist Mike Keegan, the 24-year-old has emerged as a target for the trio, who all currently sit in the bottom half of the table.
Ronan is the subject of speculation at the moment having barely featured for Wolves this season.
Ronan was kept in the first-team squad, despite him having interest from some Scottish clubs.
It was thought he might have had some involvement, but he’s made just two appearances so far, and one of those was only for a few minutes against Brighton in the Premier League.
Bruno Lage felt reluctant to turn to him in the end. The former Molineux boss didn’t had him any opportunities whatsoever – it was Steve Davis that gave him his two appearances.
Wolves’ player marketing manager has said that Ronan is free to decide what he wants to do next month, along with his agency.
Should he wish to depart, he seemingly isn’t short of suitors.
As well as those three clubs from the English second tier, there is also interest from Aberdeen and Hibernian up in Scotland.
That is no surprise, as Ronan really shone when on loan at St Mirren last season.
He was a regular for the Buddies, and ended up winning their Player of the Season award.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin previously described him as ‘terrifically talented’ and admitted he was keen to sign him after working with him at St Mirren.
Wolves star Connor Ronan should look to make a Championship loan move
It is good to see that Ronan has a decent amount of interest in him.
He’s a great player, and someone who has deserved more game time than he’s had this season.
He should try and push for a move to one of those Championship clubs to further his game.
Ronan has actually played in the division before for Wolves, but has only made seven appearances.
He could benefit immensely from going to one of Huddersfield, Cardiff or Coventry, so hopefully he is able to make a move come to fruition. It sounds like Wolves will back him if that’s what he decides.