Michal Zyro among six players released by Wolves
MICHAL ZYRO is amongst six players leaving Wolves after the club published it’s released and retained list.
The Polish international was snapped up from Legia Warsaw in 2016 and made a flying start to his career at Molineux by scoring three goals in seven games. But he then saw his time with Wolves blighted by injuries, including a knee problem which kept him sidelined for 16 months.
Wolves have also confirmed Carlos Heredia, Ben Goodliffe, Aaron Hayden, Diego Lattie and Enzo Sauvage will leave the club after not being offered new deals.
But the club has exercised their option to keep Bright Enobakhare for a further 12 months.
Also remaining at Wolves are Pedro Goncalves, Sylvain Deslandes and James Pardington, who all had options triggered ahead of the 2019/20 pre-season.
A statement from the club said: “Wolves would like to thank all players who are departing for their contributions and wish them good luck in the future.”