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Wolverhampton Wanderers is setting off three men on a loan

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Wolverhampton Wanderers have stated that they will be setting off three of their players on a loan. The trio include: Michal Zyro, Phil Ofusu-Ayeh, and Paul Gladon.

Zyro, the 25-year-old Polish midfielder, will have to complete the remainder of the season with a club in his home country, Pogon Szczecin.

Ofusu-Ayeh, a defender and a Ghanain birthed and raised in Germany, will also be joining a club in his home country, Hansa Rostock. The 26-year-old has suffered an injury-plagued season last year in his first season at Molineux after moving from Eintracht Braunschweig.

The Dutchman, Gladon, will be joining a Belgian club in a four month loan. He’ll be playing for Sint-Truiden in the Belgian first division for his stay with the club. The 26-year-old has played out the previous season at Heracles after making only three appearances for Wolves.

Wolves will be playing against West Ham United on Saturday to decide the fate of their current 14th ranking on the Premier League table.

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