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Wolves will reportedly allow Conor Coady to leave the club in the summer transfer window.

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Wolves will reportedly allow Conor Coady to leave the club this summer transfer window. The central defender wants regular game time to be in for a place in the World Cup squad.

Everton are interested in his services. However, the manager of the club Bruno Lage has dismissed the rumors of the club captain’s exit.

WHERE DID IT ALL GO WRONG FOR CONOR COADY AT WOLVES?

Conor Coady has been a leader for Wolves in the past five years. However, he has sometimes failed to perform in big matches for the club. Although, the defender continues to be the club captain of the club. The thing is all is not well behind the scenes. During the last season, Bruno Lage kept changing the formation. The formations chosen by him needed defenders to keep a high defensive line.

However, Conor Coady is still struggling, and his center-back partner Max Kilman is doing well in the formation. The problem is he was playing in a well-trained defensive team by previous manager Nuno Espirito Santo. However, the defensive style was not the style for Bruno Lage. So, the defender still makes the odd mistake in important matches to concede the goal.

CONOR COADY LEAVING THE CLUB THIS SUMMER FULL STORY

Now there is also a chance Conor Coady could leave Wolves. According to reports, the club are open to let him leave permanently or on loan with an obligation clause this summer. The report also states that Everton are leading the race for his signature. Newcastle United and Bournemouth are also monitoring his situation this summer.

Coady’s game time is set to be limited due to the new signing of Nathan Collins from Burnley. However, Bruno Lage has refuted the rumors of his exit. He said, “He’s still the leader, the setter of standards, a key conduit between management and the playing staff. “He’s still my captain”. Although, nothing can be predicted as unpredictable things have happened during this window.

Another problem for Wolves is that He has been part of Southgate’s squad for the past two years in England National team. However, with the likes of Ben White and Fikayo Timori doing well and playing regularly at the club level, his place in the national team squad is not guaranteed.

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