Revolving door at Molineux
Andy Keogh, Sam Vokes, Stefan Maierhofer and Nenad Milijas all look set to make way at Molineux.
With new signings Roger Johnson coming into the club on a four-year deal earning £40,000-a-week and O`Hara on around £35,000-a-week our wage bill has just increased by almost £4million over the past month alone.
We have made some savings in the form of the departures of Greg Halford, Marcus Hahnemann, David Jones and Steven Mouyokolo`s loan to Sochaux, but they will not have brought the returns needed especially as we continue to look to add to the squad with a left-back and a central midfielder still on McCarthy's wish-list.
"Someone may have to leave but none of the players we want to keep.' McCarthy told the Express & Star.
He added: "Roger (Johnson) asked me if we`re losing anyone because he doesn`t want to come to a place losing players, but that`s not going to happen.
"If we can sign some more that would be great."
Vital Wolves Comment: It doesn't exactly come as the biggest surprise and quite frankly the way Wolves are run you just know that the revolving door will burst into action at some point, it's the only sensible way to run a football club.
When we brought in Andy Keogh, Sam Vokes, Stefan Maierhofer and Nenad Milijas they all either served their purpose or failed to live up to their potential, now it is time to ship them out and improve the quality of the squad.
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