According to reports, Wolverhampton Wanderers have informed Andy Lonergan that he can leave the club.
Lonergan joined Wolves last summer from Fulham on a free transfer and made 15 appearances for the club as backup to Carl Ikeme.
It now appears that the 33-year-old Lonergan is surplus to requirements at the club as he does not form a part of new manager Nuno Espirito Santo’s future plans.
This past season, Lonergan was given opportunities for the Wolves first team in November and in April earning himself nine Championship starts and conceding 11 goals, while keeping four clean sheets during that time.
Given that Wolves have talented youngsters such as Harry Burgoyne and Jack Ruddy within the squad, there may be no reason to find a replacement for Lonergan should he depart.
As Lonergan has a lot of experience in the Championship, he is likely to not be short of offers.