Go for it Nuno Santo – 3 players who Wolves should offload in the summer

Nuno Espírito Santo

Three Players Who Wolves Should Offload In The Summer

Wolves have been outstanding this season as a unit and Nuno Espirito Santo deserves plenty of credit. However, it must be said that football is an extremely simple game dominated more and more by money.

With this in mind, it is no surprise to see Wolves at the top given that they had the financial clout to bring in Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota, Leo Bonatini, Willy Boly and others with more changes on the way before they kick-off their Premier League season in August.

As usual, to make way for new players coming in during the summer, some will have to leave Molineux with the following three bring the prime candidates:

Bright Enobakhare

The young Nigerian may still improve and the boss has no qualms about playing younger guys in his team. So it appears that he would have had much more game time this season in the Championship if he were considered a Premier League player for next season.

It’s possible they may choose to loan him out instead but with financial fair play rules the way they are, the club may see more sense in selling him on for a fee.

Danny Batth

Batth did a great job skippering the side last season and looked like a shoe-in to be first choice in defence this season too. Instead, Conor Coady’s emergence as a central figure in the back three has been a pleasant surprise while Ryan Bennett has been preferred rather than Batth.

The simple fact is that if the manager doesn’t see Batth as good enough to play every week in the Championship, he is unlikely to have him in his plans for the Premier League.

Kortney Hause

The left-sided defender is another who announced himself last season here but has not had the same opportunities this term aside from cup games. At 22 years of age, he still has plenty of potential of course but a lot depends on who Wolves can bring into the club permanently.

To the left of Conor Coady at the back this season, they have chosen either Willy Boly or Roderick Miranda and regardless of who is handed contracts at this club in this position, it would seem that like Batth, if the manager has not trusted Hause at this level, then he is highly unlikely to do so in the Premier League.

Hause is under contract for another year so the club may well get themselves a reasonable fee for his services when he moves on.

Written by Gary Christie

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