Wolves could reportedly listen to offers for Leander Dendoncker this summer.
According to the Daily Mail, Wanderers might be tempted to cash in on the Belgium international in the next transfer window if the price was right.
Dendoncker has made 27 appearances so far this season for Wolves.
He has mostly played second fiddle to Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho.
But the star did have a good run of form recently, starting five Premier League games in a row from mid-January to mid-February.
He’s been seeing quite a bit more game time this calendar year, starting nine of Wolves’ 13 games in 2022 so far.
The 26-year-old is a valuable member of the squad, even if he doesn’t necessarily make a ‘best Wolves XI’.
But it seems the former Anderlecht man may have potential to leave this summer.
The player has a contract at Molineux until 2023, meaning it’s a good time to sell if there are no plans for an extension.
Dendoncker joined Wolves for around £12 million after an initial loan period with the club.
He has clocked up 147 appearances so far.
Wolves would be right to listen to offers for Leander Dendoncker
Dendoncker can be a useful player. Certain games are really suited for him and the qualities he brings.
However, during his time at Molineux, the star has arguably struggled for true consistency.
Recently the player suggested his own versatility doesn’t help him, and that’s a fair comment. It is probably hard to gain momentum when your role is often changing.
Wolves would be right to listen to offers for him though.
If the player doesn’t intend to sign a new contract, or the club don’t intend to offer him a new one, then selling for around £15 million would be solid business.