In fairness most Wolves fans who even remembered that Bjorn Sigurdarson and Georg Margreitter were part of the squad would have assumed this.
Anyone else would have assumed that they had already been moved on.
The pair were part of Stale Solbakken’s £10million spending spree when he took over as head coach.
Margreitter cost a modest £500,000, whilst Sigurdarson cost £2.4million.
26-year-old Georg Margreitter has played just 10 minutes of league football for Wolves over the past three-years. He also made two 90 minute appearances in the Capital One Cup.
Excluding wages that means he cost just £2600 a minute. A bargain in comparison to 24-year-old Bjorn Sigurdarson who made 60 appearances in total for Wolves but hasn’t featured since December 2013.
He scored 7 goals for Wolves at a cost of £343,000 per goal.
“They`re not part of my plans. Bjorn had a back operation three weeks ago and he now starts a period of six weeks` rehab. Georg is fully fit, has trained well and hard.’ Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett told the Express & Star.
He continued: “Centre-back is a position that we`re strong in and we have good young centre-backs as well, so it`s unlikely that he`s going to get in, but he`s trained well. Georg is ready for his next club and his next challenge and that`s what he`s looking for.”
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