Championship outfit Wolves could let midfielder Ben Marshall leave the club in the January transfer window, according to a report by the Birmingham Mail.
The winger, formerly of Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers, has found time on the field hard to come by this season as new manager Nuno Espirito Santo has adopted a new system to accommodate a host of new players brought in during the summer at Molineux.
This has left Marshall struggling for minutes, and he could well be allowed to leave during the winter window if the report is to be believed.
Marshall joined Wolves from Blackburn back in January of this year, and has three years to run on his deal with the Midlands club. However, at 26, he will want to be playing regularly and the chance to leave the club on either a short term or permanent deal could tempt him if the right club comes in.
The winger could be a useful asset to a host of Championship clubs with his versatility and pace down either flank something which many managers crave.
Marshall won’t be short of suitors if he decides to move on, and Wolves will have no problem finding a buyer.
If he does move, he will want regular football, and another spell with someone like Wolves where he struggles to play will only represent another set back.
Wolves fans, what do you think to Marshall? Sell him? Let us know!