Wolves are actively seeking to send Ki-Jana Hoever out on loan again this month, after his move to PSV Eindhoven was terminated.
It was reported yesterday that Hoever’s time with the Dutch giants has come to an end midway through his season-long loan.
Supposedly, Hoever left officials dissatisfied, and didn’t feature very much.
The 21-year-old only made eight appearance for the club’s first-team, with his last Eredivisie appearances coming against FC Utrecht on October 16.
Soon after completing his move to the Philips Stadion, Hoever’s defensive qualities were question by former PSV player Aad de Mos.
And recently, Dutch journalist Rik Elfrink branded PSV’s move for the youngster a ‘miscalculation‘.
According to the Express & Star, Wolves will now try and facilitate a new loan move for Hoever.
Interestingly, PSV are set to announce the loan signing of Fabio Silva today. And supposedly the club are paying Wolves a fee ‘that will effectively cover’ Hoever’s wages until the end of the season. That’s on top of the compensation they are paying Anderlecht to take Silva.
There is currently no word about where £40,000-a-week star Hoever could head next.
But there’s no doubt about it. His loan spell with PSV ending early is not what Wolves officials will have wanted.
Ki-Jana Hoever could be in last-chance saloon at Wolves, as club seek to find new loan club
Hoever’s time at Wolves had been very disappointing and it was the right call to send him out on loan for 2022/23.
Nelson Semedo was the clear number one right-back at Molineux, and Jonny Castro Otto could also provide cover for the position.
But, clearly, Hoever loan move to PSV has been a failure.
It’s not clear why he has disappointed those at the Dutch club.
But it follows Bruno Lage calling him out publicly in a press conference last season, and is not the best look.
Hoever is a really talented young player. He was really exciting when he first came onto the scene with Liverpool.
It’s not a good moment for him, and hopefully he can turn things around at the club he joins next. Wolves officials will seriously hope he can.