Togolese Winger returns to France.Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Razak Boukari has left the club to join Ligue 1 side Sochaux on loan for the remainder of the season, Sky Sports reports.
The 26-year-old joined the Molineux outfit last summer from Rennes but was limited to just four appearances thanks to injury and his presence was missed as the club slipped to a second consecutive relegation down to League One.
Boukari had already spent some time training with Sochaux earlier in the summer and has now become the fourth player to leave the Midlands side over the course of the last month.
Tongo Doumbia, Stephen Ward and Wayne Hennessey have already been shipped out, with Kenny Jackett looking to reduce the wage bill as his side adjust to life in the third tier.
Wolves are unbeaten in their opening four league games of the season, whilst Boukari’s new club, are still looking to get off the ground with their first Ligue 1 win.
Boukari initially joined in order to fill the boots of England man Matt Jarvis, who had left to join West Ham following the side’s relegation from the Premier League, but a calf injury last September meant that he would miss the next three months of the season.