Plans for the coming Premier League and Europa League campaign of 2019/20 continue at Wolverhampton Wanderers and whilst it wasn’t entirely unexpected, the club have now confirmed the departure of Academy graduate Ethan Ebanks-Landell.
The now 26-year-old defender first joined the club aged only 9 and with his first professional deal signed in 2010, in December of that year he made his debut as a substitute against Birmingham City. He went on to make 42 starting appearances in total, with a further eight from the bench, scoring five times but with our turn in pace lately at the club and his own injury problems, he dropped out of the first team and spent loan spells out with Sheffield United, MK Dons and Rochdale in more recent times.
The club confirmed this week that he has now completed a permanent transfer out to Shrewsbury Town for an undisclosed fee and given his long association with the club, plenty of fans have thanked him for his efforts, and wished him all the very best for the future.
All the best E-E-L ???????? Great servant through the years! Remember that finish Vs Orient in front of 30,000 in LEAGUE ONE ???????? #WWFC
— Ry ???? (@ry_mcflyy) May 29, 2019
Hope he gets his career going a solid championship defender
— steven hudson (@stevenhudson2) May 29, 2019
Good luck EEL all the best ????????????
— Dr Nuno's European Adventure Extravaganza ???????????? (@Normwolves85) May 29, 2019
Do us proud, son.
— John ◣ ◢ (@GrumpyDad3) May 29, 2019
@tc_bfc7 what a beast he was
— Reagan (@reagansufc) May 29, 2019
All the best. Great memories of that Strike against Orient in L1.
— Nikul Lal (@nikul_) May 29, 2019