McCarthy targets three Wolves players
Former Wolves boss and now Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy could be set to return to Molineux to take three players off of our bloated wage bill.
Ronald Zubar is one player that we know is a target of McCarthy's, its even thought that a deal for him to make the move was done only for the sacking of Solbakken and the appointment of Saunders to scupper it with Zubar thrown back into the mix of the first team.
Another target is Richard Stearman who was dropped in Saunders first game.
Then there comes Sylvain Ebanks-Blake.
Saunders apparently wants to bolster the attacking line after Wolves have struggled for goals this season. Could he see moving SEB on to bring in a target like Jackson as a viable option?
With both Zubar and Ebanks-Blake in the final year of their deals at Molinuex and available on a free transfers at the end of the season, Wolves do not hold much power in the negotiations over the pair.
That said Stearman has been valued at £1.8million by Wolves chief executive Jez Moxley according to East Anglian Daily Times and if he can recoup that kind of figure for him plus a bit extra for Zubar and Ebanks-Blake then you would have to argue that its another successful foray into the transfer market which has already seen Wolves receive around £28million for Matt Jarvis, Steven Fletcher and Michael Kightly at the end of last season.
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