Irish international likely to leave the club.
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett has admitted that he expects star striker Kevin Doyle to leave the club this summer, Sky Sports news.
The stricken Midlands club are feeling the effects of slipping into the third tier of English football and have been trying to move on a number of their higher earners in order to slash the costs that threaten to keep them there.
Several of their senior stars have already been allowed to move on but the 29-year-old has so far yet to find a buyer. He is not one of the players to have found himself frozen out of the starting line up, but has been told that he is free to find a new club and boss Kenny Jackett has admitted that he expects the Republic of Ireland international to be on his way soon.
He said in the Express and Star: “In terms of Kevin, his wages are too high for League One, for where we are.
“That’s common knowledge and between now and the end of the window there will be interest in him.”
Jackett has said that he will continue to use Doyle for the time being as the club struggles to kick off their campaign thanks to a number of minor injuries.
“He’s fit now and he’s back in to full training – looking fine in training as well, but lacking in match practice,” he added.
“He’s not somebody that I would close the door on. It’s right that if we need an experienced forward at any time, then he’s there.”