Dion Sanderson is reportedly expected to leave Wolves this summer.
As reported by the Birmingham Mail, the central defender is set to seal an exit from the club following a successful loan spell with Birmingham City.
Sanderson is currently into his second stint with Blues, and has really made an impression again at St. Andrew’s.
So far, he has made 33 appearances this season.
But Sanderson may do well to make any more, as currently he is out with a back injury.
He is supposedly not likely to take to the field again before the season is out, with manager John Eustace describing the situation as a ‘massive blow’.
Eustace said: “Dion has been a fantastic player for us this season. He is a true leader, seeing his development last season from when I was at QPR to now is fantastic.”
Eustace has taken a real liking to Sanderson, and is on record as saying he’d like to sign the youngster permanently.
It remains to be seen if he will get his wish, though.
But it does look as though Wolves are ready to do business over Sanderson this summer.
He’ll have two years left on his contract in the summer. So there is potentially good money to be made on the 23-year-old.
As a proven performer at Championship level, it’s possible he could be of interest to multiple second tier clubs this summer.
The same can be said of Ryan Giles, who is having a fantastic season on loan at Middlesbrough.
Injury is a shame, but Dion Sanderson could still make Wolves some good money this summer
It is frustrating for both Sanderson and Wolves that he has an injury that could well mean he doesn’t play again this season.
But Sanderson has given some excellent performances this season.
He’s now clocked up 66 appearances in the Championship across spells with Birmingham, QPR and Cardiff City.
He looks at home in the division. That is potentially going to appeal to clubs looking to strengthen this summer.