Writer: Ben Nicholas
Date:Friday April 27 2012
With Jez Moxey stating previously that Wolves wouldn`t be 'forced` into selling any of their star players I thought I`d have a punt on who`s likely to be leaving Molineux this summer.
Keep in mind none of us really know the politics and finances of what`s going on inside of Molineux at the moment but let us know whether you agree or disagree in the comments below.
The 25 years-old Welsh International has been struck down by a cruciate knee ligament injury and any return to fitness doesn`t look likely until October, past the August 31st transfer deadline. Due to the tough and complex nature of the medicals players have to pass nowadays it seems likely that Hennessey will feature for Wolves at some point in the Championship next season.
This will likely come as a blow to Hennessey, a product of the Wolves youth system, as his performances have impressed fans and managers alike, despite conceding 75 goals in the Premier League this season, an average of 2.1 goals a game.
The vultures had begun circling before news of his injury, with Mark Hughes reportedly weighing up a £4 million summer swoop.
It will be interesting to see whether any clubs will come in for Hennessey during the January transfer window, presumably when he will be fit. He has after all made more saves than any other keeper in the Premier League this season, an average of 7.38 a game according to EA Sports. He has undoubtedly come on a lot as a keeper in the past few seasons; he now commands his area and is as good a shot stopper as any. He is tied down under contract until July 2015 so you would hope that the club has a chance in keeping him in launching a successful assault on the Championship next season.
If he were to go in January are De Vries or Ikeme good enough? Would you be happy with £4 million?
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Date:Friday April 27 2012
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