Wolverhampton Wanderers enjoyed a fantastic season in the Championship this term. Wolves won the title and led for most of the campaign. Now the club must prepare for a return to the Premier League. That will no doubt see more mass investment from the club’s Chinese owners and, in turn, plenty of faces leaving the Molineux.
One such player is likely to be winger Jordan Graham. The 23-year-old is out of contract at Wolves this summer and it looks unlikely he will be sticking around. He has suffered from the influx of new talent arriving at the club and is something of a forgotten man at Wolves.
Which might interest Millwall. The Championship’s unlikely play-off challengers are coming off the back of a great season when they surpassed even the most optimistic of predictions.
Some of their key players for the campaign have been those turfed out by Wolves after the Fosun revolution. George Savile, Jed Wallace and Ben Marshall have all been integral to Neil Harris’ side and their success.
So why not bring in Graham as well?
Millwall will want to build on their fantastic end to last season but finances are tight at The Den. Therefore, a talented wide man like Graham being available for free will undoubtedly interest Millwall.
It is easily forgotten just how impressive Graham was during the 2015-16 season at Wolves. Unfortunately, a knee injury cut short his momentum and he has struggled for first-team football at Wolves ever since.
Millwall, as a club, is clearly more than happy to offer talented players a second chance.
Graham is a magnificent wide-man and his pace and trickery would be more than welcome at Millwall in the summer.
Harris should certainly consider adding him to his ever-growing band of Wolves misfits in South London this summer.