Wolves: Iorfa is not for sale
Wolves have stated that their defender Dominic Iorfa is not for sale. They want to hold on to a player that is an important part of their team, and they have no intention to let him go anywhere, though Leeds United have other ideas.
The player who was named Young Player of the Year has attracted interests from bigger clubs but Wolves insist that they do not have any intention of selling him. Indeed, the player has signed an improved contract with Wolves last season that will see him stay at the club until 2019.
It is believed that Crystal Palace and West Ham are among the Premier League clubs that might be interested in signing the England U21 defender. The player is valued at £7million, and it will take an offer around this amount to tempt Wolves to sell their player.
The player on the hand seems to be happy at Wolves and is not interested in moving from the club he joined 5 years ago. He is quite close with Wolves coach Kenny Jackett, and he might want to stay with the club a bit longer. Iorfa joined Wolves from Southend United and had been developing steadily during the years he has been at Wolves.
Last season he made 46 appearances for Wolves and is considered as a vital member of their team. Wolves are keen to build a team that will help them mount a serious push for promotion and will want to hold on to their best players. It is believed that the Wolves coach will be having a busy transfer window as he will be given some money to spend in order to improve the team. One area that will require improvement will be the attack where Wolves struggle for goals last season.