Wolves ready to sell duo in January
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.
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