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Wolves exodus begins

The expected end of season exodus from Wolverhampton Wanderers has begun.

We may well not have a manager, but that hasn't prevented the cull from beginning.

First out the door are the loanee's, they all may have had plans to sign permanently at Molineux, but following back-to-back relegations from the Premier League to League One inside twelve months even if they did want to stay we cannot afford to keep them at the this level.

So Kaspars Gorkss, Jack Robinson, Nouha Dicko and Slawomir Peszko will all return from whence they came.

Out-of-contract trio Stephen Hunt, Christophe Berra and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake will also depart Molineux for the final time on June 30th when their current deals expire.

Marian Kello who signed a short-term deal in March will also leave at this time.

It's fully expected that there will be more departures over the summer with Roger Johnson and Jamie O`Hara on the very top of that list.

Neither player will want to play in the third tier of English football and their current wages mean that if we are to start life in League One with a clean slate they are two players who will certainly fall under Wolves head of football development and recruitment Kevin Thelwell's bracket of players who will be encouraged to move on.

"None of the out of contract senior players will be offered new contracts and are free to leave.

"Talks with many of our senior contracted players will take place to discuss their futures. Certain players will be encouraged to find new clubs, while, inevitably, some will be sold with our best wishes." he told Wolves Official Website.

Bakary Sako is also expected to make the move away with the 25-year-old 25,000-a-week in wages, we simply cannot keep him in League One.

Both West Brom and Fulham have recently been linked with 3million move for him.

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Date:Monday May 20 2013

Time: 11:00AM


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