Jordan Graham is set to leave the Molineux on another loan spell.
The player has returned from Ipswich Town, having his loan spell cut short by former Wolves manager Paul Lambert.
Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Jordan Graham has returned early from his loan spell at Ipswich Town and is ready to leave on another loan spell, this time to League Two outfit Oxford United. Their manager Karl Robinson is reportedly very impressed with the player and wants to bring him into the side for the rest of the term after Graham had a good trial session.
Given the kind of quality that Nuno Espirito Santo has at his disposal in the current situation, there is frankly no future for the player at the Molineux and he will have to leave on a loan spell for sure. However, his contract has not yet been mutually terminated as he heads on for another loan spell, this time to Oxford United.
United manager Robinson said, “We’d like him to be here by January 1 – that’s always been our objective. I know he wants to be here. He played in a behind-closed-doors game the other day and said something to me which really made me smile – let’s just say he enjoyed putting yellow on again. It reminded him of the beginning of something which could have been very special. Due to an injury and other things, it fell away. He almost feels like it’s the beginning of that again, but with more experience. He’s a diamond of a human being as well, I’ve been very impressed with him as a person and that’s something which means a lot to me. He’s a pleasure to be around.”