Paul Gladon leaves Wolves in Heracles loan deal
Wolves flop Paul Gladon has joined Heracles Almelo on a season-long loan.
Gladon has only played 196 minutes of football for Wolves and hasn't been involved in pre-season training this week. The 25-year-old is currently in his native Holland.
The striker's last appearance came back in September under Walter Zenga.
He's the latest man to exit Molineux, following the likes of George Saville, Jed Wallace and Silvio out of the club.
The Dutch striker was one of a flurry of signings to head to the Black Country last summer following Fosun's takeover, costing the club around £1m.
However he struggled to find his feet in England, prompting Paul Lambert to criticise the Dutchman two months after taking charge from Walter Zenga, saying Gladon wasn't 'up to speed' for the Championship.
He now rejoins his former club, for whom he helped to a sixth place finish in the Dutch Eredivisie in 2015/16.
He scored six goals in 26 matches in all competitions for the club in his last season there, although only four of those appearances were starts.