Wolverhampton Wanderers are wise to let Enzo Loiodice go as Sky Sports (via Talking Wolves) reported that the West Midlands club will not be taking up the option to sign the on-loan central midfield player at the end of the season.
As per the outlet, the France U20 international will return to his parent club Dijon after making just two appearances for the U23 team all campaign so far, according to Transfermarkt.
Should Wolves promote more players from the U23 squad?
In hindsight, the transfer move may indeed suit both parties, as Loiodice can return to his native country, where he has featured in 24 senior games in all competitions for Dijon across three consecutive seasons, making one assist (via the website).
The fact that he has played for the senior side at the tender age of just 19 highlights that the French club may see a future for him in their midfield, as he might not have gained the experience that perhaps his side and him wanted in English football.
Moreover, with the likes of Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho in midfield for Nuno Espirito Santo’s senior team, perhaps it would have been more difficult for Loiodice to break through, therefore he may have been limited to just U23 matches.
However, if he had made more than just the two appearances for the U23 team, and gained more experience, perhaps Wolves would have given him more opportunities to impress, but this simply has not happened and therefore the Molineux outfit may be wise just to cut their losses now and focus on the rest of the campaign ahead.
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