Wolverhampton Wanderers are prepared to let three fringe players leave in the summer transfer window, according to reports. The Mirror claims that Ivan Cavaleiro, Helder Costa and Adama Traore will all be allowed to leave this summer.
Cavaleiro and Costa both arrived at Molineux in 2016. The Portuguese duo had both been at Monaco before joining Championship side Wolves with Costa’s move initially a loan.
In two seasons in the Championship, Cavaleiro racked up 14 goals and Costa netted 17 times as Wolves won promotion to the top-flight. But both players have struggled for game time this season.
Cavaleiro scored with his first Premier League touch. But with just six league starts to his name, it has been a frustrating campaign. The 25-year-old, who has two caps for Portugal, has scored five goals in 29 games from attacking midfield.
Costa has also struggled for regular playing time this season. The 25-year-old, who scored in his only international game for Portugal, has managed two goals in 30 matches.
As Wolves move forward and prepare for Europe, it seems these two players are surplus to requirements in the West Midlands.
Meanwhile, Traore could also leave. The Spain U21 starlet joined from Middlesbrough last summer for a reported £18m (Mirror). But after scoring just one goal, the 23-year-old has frustrated more than he has impressed.
Wolves will listen to offers – for both loan or permanent deals – for Traore in the summer. His time at Molineux could already be over.