Date:Thursday June 30 2011
Nenad Milijaš, Scott Malone, Leigh Griffiths and Steven Mouyokolo are all set to head for the exit door.
Mick McCarthy looks set to make a few sweeping changes to the squad for next season and it looks likely that a few will have to leave Molineux before some new arrivals can come in.
First to leave will be Steven Mouyokolo who has agreed to join Ligue 1 side Sochaux on a season-long loan deal.
The 24-year-old made just seven appearances last season. Not exactly the return you would want when handing him a four-year contract last year.
He passed a medical yesterday and will move to France for the start of pre-season. Whether we will see him back at Molineux in the future would appear unlikely to me, but if he has a stonkingly good season with Sochaux you never know!
The next one out the door could be Nenad Milijaš, I've liked him since he made the move to Wolves, he offers a bit of class and quality to the midfield, but unfortunately he just doesn't offer it frequently enough and with the addition of Jamie O`Hara, time is probably up for the 28-year-old Serbian.
Mick McCarthy will aim to recoup as much as possible from the Ł2.5million it took to take him from Red Star Belgrade, but the Birmingham Mail believe that while there has been interest in Spain, we could have to take an offer of around Ł1.25million in the current climate.
The two other players set for the exit door are two youngsters on loan. 20-year-old Scott Malone and 20-year-old Leigh Griffiths.
Malone will join League One side Bournemouth on loan according to the Express & Star, while Griffiths according to Skysports.com would welcome the chance to return to Scotland on loan.
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Date:Thursday June 30 2011
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