I missed this, on Thursday evening it wasn’t just the departure of Academy graduate Ethan Ebanks-Landell that Wolverhampton Wanderers confirmed – he was one of seven to be officially named as being released as we continue preparations for a second year in the Premier League and our unexpected Europa League adventure.
With Ebanks-Landell being sold to Shrewsbury Town, Wolves also confirmed the official released list and Michal Zyro is the headline departure. With three goals scored in seven appearances, injury seriously interrupted his progress and time with us and although the Polish international did make two appearances for head coach Nuno Espirito Santo in the 2017/18 campaign, he spent last season out on loan with Pogon Szczecin.
Thank you @Wolves for everything. My journey with you finished but always I will be grateful for a chance to played in England. I met a lot of great people.
Thanks all of you for every messages.
— Michał Żyro (@Michal_Zyro) May 31, 2019
Joining him in departing are Carlos Heredia, Ben Goodliffe, Aaron Hayden, Diego Lattie and Enzo Sauvage.
21-year-old Academy graduate Bright Enobakhare has seen his good form out on loan with Coventry City rewarded as we’ve taken up the 12 month option on his deal but given all the interviews, I expect that’s so we can get a nominal fee and a sell on clause.
Pedro Goncalves, Sylvain Deslandes and James Pardington have all also had their options triggered.
Reaction to Zyro’s Tweet above was very much a case of ‘what could’ve been’.
All the best lad. Once a Wolf..
— Kate Wright ◣ ◢ (@Wrightgal80) May 31, 2019
All the best for the future Michal. A real shame we never got to see your full abilities due to things beyond your control. Best wishes for your career ????????
— Dan Southall (@WolfInDerby) May 31, 2019
Good luck for the future mate.
No zryo no party
— Danbreeze96 (@Danbreeze961) May 31, 2019