Wolves defender Dion Sanderson will be sent out on loan again this month, as the club weigh up enquiries for youngster in bid to secure him regular minutes after he caught the eye at Cardiff, Sunderland and Birmingham
- Wolves are assessing a number of enquiries for defender Dion Sanderson
- Sanderson has caught the eye over the past year, having impressed on loan
- The young centre back will need to leave for the rest of the season for action
Wolverhampton Wanderers centre back Dion Sanderson is certain to go out on loan again in the January window.
The Premier League club are assessing enquiries for the athletic defender who has taken big strides in his development over the past year.
Within the last 18 months the centre back has impressed on loan at Cardiff, Sunderland and Birmingham City.
Wolves defender Dion Sanderson is set to be sent on loan this month, Sportsmail understands
Now, with Toti Gomes starting for Wolves at the weekend, it has become obvious to Sanderson that he needs to go out again on loan 22-year old to the Championship for regular football.
Birmingham City, where he was on loan to earlier in the season, Bristol City and QPR are all monitoring the situation to see if Sanderson can help them in their campaign until the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Wily Boly may leave Wolves this month after slipping down the pecking order under manager Bruno Lage, as revealed by Sportsmail.
The defender is expected to be out until early next month with a calf problem that ruled him out of the Africa Cup of Nations.
Bruno Lage’s side are weighing up a number of enquiries for the impressive young centre back
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