Wolves sell Tongo Doumbia to Toulouse

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Wolves have said goodbye to another member of 'Group Three' after Tongo Doumbia joined Toulouse for an undisclosed fee.

The 25-year-old French midfielder becomes the second outcast to leave Molineux in the space of 24 hours, following last night's release of Jamie O'Hara.

After initially signing for Wolves on a year's loan from Rennes in July 2012, Doumbia penned a permanent four-year deal just three months later.

During his time at Wolves, the Mali international made 35 appearances in all competitions and scored two goals.

But he was one of several players deemed surplus to requirements by head coach Kenny Jackett.

After spending last season back on loan with Valenciennes, his return to France has now been made permanent.

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