It will be interesting to see what happens in regards to his future at Wolves, won’t it? Roderick Miranda has just returned from a season-long loan at Olympiacos and it would come as no surprise if the Portuguese defender had slipped from some of the Molineux faithful’s minds.
Miranda’s loan spell has not particularly gone to plan in Greece. He made just eight Super League appearances, although he did make numerous appearances in the cup competitions that Olympiacos competed in, it would have been more beneficial had he featured more heavily.
The 28-year-old may have started the Championship winners of the 2017/18 season as one of the first choice centre-backs having moved from Rio Ave that summer. Though, his spell in the side proved to be short-lived as he featured just three times in the League from October 2017 until the end of the season.
And ever since then, given his loan last season, he has not had to pull on the Wolves shirt. So, with his future in question, what is next for Miranda?
Well, according to Snda.gr via Sport Witness, Olympiacos have informed Jorge Mendes that they will not be keeping Miranda at the club beyond his loan.
Considering the quality of Wolves’ current centre-back options and the possibility that they may look to strengthen in that area to build on their remarkable campaign in the Premier League last season, it seems that Miranda may be moved on permanently this summer to make way for a new signing.
As to where he may go, that is anyone’s guess. Having played in the Championship previously he could return there to a possession-based side that likes to build from the back to suit his style of play. But with just two years left on his deal, it seems if Wolves want to recoup any of the small fee they paid for his services, it is best if they move him on during this window.
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