Wolves today announced they are prepared to sell Ronald Zubar and Eggert Jonsson in the January transfer window.
Manager Stale Solbakken is happy to listen to offers for the out-of-favour duo and allow them to leave Molineux on a permanent basis next month to help make way for new signings.
Solbakken told the Express & Star: "If the right offer comes in for Ronald, it’s a possibility that we won’t stand in the way. He wants regular first-team games and he deserves that.
"His attitude has been fine – he’s been smiling and working hard. And if the right deal for him comes along, we will let Eggert go permanently.
"I think they paid £500,000 or something for him but you’ll have to ask Jez Moxey what they want.
"Eggert has been back since the start of December because it was only a month’s loan at Charlton.”
Zubar, 27 is one of six players out-of-contract at the end of the season, while Jonsson, 24, has two-and-a-half years left on his deal.
The former Marseille defender, who cost £2m in July 2009, hasn’t made the 18-man squad for the last eight games since the 2-2 draw against Charlton on October 27.
Midfielder Jonsson has recently returned from a month’s loan at Charlton, where he made two appearances.
The Iceland international signed for £600,000 from Hearts last January but has made just four league appearances.