Paul Gladon, after a miserable spell at Molineux, has sealed a returned to the Dutch Eredivisie.
— Wolves (@Wolves) 29 June 2017
Going full circle, returning to Heracles Almelo a year on from his £1m arrival at Wolves, Gladon has gone back to his former club, where he enjoyed success, which Walter Zenga – well, those making the decisions at the time – hoped could be replicated in the Black County.
It wasn’t… Gladon, 25, was limited to just 196 minutes of first team football at Wolves, with Zenga’s replacement Paul Lambert, of course himself replaced this summer, saying Gladon ‘wasn’t up to speed’ to play in the Championship.
The Dutch forward becomes the fourth player offloaded by Wolves this summer after George Saville and Jed Wallace, both sold to Millwall in an undisclosed double deal, and Silvio, with it decided the club wouldn’t take up the option in the former Atletico Madrid defenders contract.