Wolves are reportedly hoping to receive a fee for Bruno Jordao this summer.
According to The Athletic, the club are ready to offload the 23-year-old, who spent the second half of 2021/22 on loan at Grasshoppers.
Jordao joined Wolves in 2019, arriving with Pedro Neto from Lazio.
While the winger has gone on to become a key player for Wolves’ first-team, it has been a bit of a struggle for Jordao.
The midfielder suffered a serious knee injury while on loan at Farmalicao in the 2020/21 season. He played just nine games for them, and he spent many months on the sidelines.
He finally return to action for Wolves’ first-team in January of this year, getting a cameo against Sheffield United in the FA Cup.
It was then decided that Jordao would benefit from another loan, and he was sent to Swiss outfit Grasshoppers.
Jordao only made 12 appearances for the club, and was really only getting cameo appearances as the season drew to a close. He did get 68 minutes in the club’s last game of the season, which was a rarity.
Before his departure, Jordao had admitted that he needed minutes. But he and Wolves probably expected him to feature more than he ultimately did.
The Athletic are now suggesting that Wolves are looking to offload Jordao.
Wolves right to seek fee for Bruno Jordao
Jordao was very unfortunate to suffer the injury he did. That really set him back in his development.
But Wolves are probably right to be hopeful of receiving a fee for the midfielder.
Three years after joining the club, he hasn’t really come close to making an impact for the first-team. He’s only made five appearances since his arrival.
If you compare where is to Neto (who also suffered a bad knee injury), then it makes sense that Wolves are thinking about sanctioning his exit this summer.