Cameron John has an uncertain future at Wolverhampton Wanderers with his contract expiring next summer. The 20-year-old has yet to make his first-team debut for the Midlands outfit and has been sent out on loan at Doncaster Rovers (August 2019 – present) in a bid for competitive football.
John has made nine appearances for Donny, scoring two goals. He’ll spend the rest of the campaign at the Keepmoat, but it remains to be seen whether Wolves want him for the long-term. Birmingham Live say the Premier League high-flyers do have the option to extend John’s contract for a year.
Does Cameron John have a future at Wolverhampton Wanderers?
The central defender may have offers to consider from other sides in January, but he may also want to fight for his future at Molineux. As per Transfermarkt, John has made 28 appearances for the u18s and 39 for the u23s. He’s made the first-team matchday squad once against Everton (February 2, 2019) but never came off the bench.
With Nuno Espirito Santo already having Conor Coady, Willy Boly, Jesus Vallejo, Ryan Bennett and Max Kilman to choose from at centre-back, John has a difficult task to make the breakthrough.