Will Norris is likely to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer as he’s been short of playing time, but it remains to be seen if he’ll garner much interest as his reputation has taken a big hit over the last six months.
The 26-year-old is behind Rui Patricio and John Ruddy in the pecking order under Nuno Espirito Santo, so he opted for a temporary move away last summer. Norris joined Ipswich Town on a season-long loan to get first-team football, but his spell at Portman Road has turned into a nightmare.
After being first-choice between the sticks for three months, Norris has been replaced by Tomas Holy after making a number of errors. He may not return to the starting lineup before the campaign comes to a close, so Wolves may struggle to convince suitors to lodge bids.
Norris has 18 months remaining on his deal at Molineux and isn’t expected to be handed an extension, so Wolves will want to cash at the next available opportunity. Why clubs would want to sign an out-of-form and unwanted goalkeeper remains to be seen, however.