Wolves academy manager Scott Sellars has admitted that he expects young star Theo Corbeanu to leave the club on loan in January.
Corbeanu on his way out?
The 18-year-old confessed that his short-term ambition was to play first-team football as soon as he possibly could, whether it was in Nuno Espirito Santo’s side or with someone else (via 101 Great Goals).
Not only does the player possess potential, but the club themselves do, with super-agent Jorge Mendes helping turn the West Midlands outfit into an attractive proposition for players in recent years.
Speaking to BirminghamLive, Sellars believes that clubs will come in for him in January as he looks to gain experience at a higher level.
“I have no doubt that come January we’re going to have lots of enquiries from people wanting to take him on loan because of how he’s performing.”
Transfer Tavern take
If there is no room in the Nuno’s side for Corbeanu, then there is no reason why he should not be allowed to leave on a six-month loan spell elsewhere.
U23s’ boss James Collins described him as “outstanding” who has the world at his feet (via BirminghamLive), which is high praise that represents his potential.
For the time being, Corbeanu will have to wait and see if he gets the opportunity at Wolves, or elsewhere.
In other news, BBC pundit gives Wolves glowing praise ahead of mid-week clash,
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