Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, Jed Wallace, Ola John and Paul Gladon are set to be cut away from the big Wolves team by manager Paul Lambert.

Ever since the managerial change, none of these players have been privileged to being starters. Wallace, the longest serving player has made only 13 appearances this season, while the other three were brought in by the erstwhile coach, Walter Zenga.

John, a tricky winger has been on a loan from Benfica. He had signed up to a season-long deal from Benfica last August. He has made a few appearances this season. Since the emergence of Paul Lambert, John has been unable to feature due to his hamstring injury that has sidelined him for months now. John recently returned to training recently, but rumours have it that Benfica wants to loan him to a Spanish side, Deportivo la Coruna.

Borthwick-Jackson, who is currently on a loan from Manchester united, is about to have his loan deal cancelled in a few days. Like Ola John, Borthwick-Jackson is yet to feature under Lambert. The 19-year old last appeared on the 3-2 defeat to Derby county at home in November.

Jed Wallace is likely to seal a move away from the club soon. Wallace has been in the club for a year and a half following his move from Portsmouth in 2015. Last season, he was sent on a loan to Millwall. He had featured in Lambert’s first game as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers in which they dew 0-0 to Presto North end in November. A permanent move is very likely for him.

Paul Gladon had moved to the club for a fee of £1 million from Eredivisie Side Heracles. The 24-year old Dutch striker has only played for three times, of which his latest was the away defeat in September at Wigan Athletic. He will be offloaded on a loan