Revealed: Jack Price in talks over shock Wolves exit to MLS
Jack Price is in talks over a shock move to MLS side Colorado Rapids, the Express & Star can reveal – as another midfielder heads for the Wolves exit door.
The academy graduate is currently in talks with the Denver-based team and it's believed he's currently weighing up whether to move stateside.
Colorado Rapids, owned by Arsenal shareholder Stan Kroenke, have had a bid accepted for the 25-year-old.
Price only recently signed a new 18-month contract with the option of an extra season. However he has barely featured for Nuno Espirito Santo's team of late, making only five substitute appearances in the Championship this season.
The Shropshire-born midfielder did start all four of Wolves' Carabao Cup games but he wasn't in the squad for today's 0-0 FA Cup draw with Swansea.
Since making his debut for Wolves in 2013 he has made 115 appearances for the club, scoring two goals. Former Wolves striker Kevin Doyle recently played for Colorado Rapids before retiring.
Meanwhile Lee Evans looks set to end a loan spell at Wigan ahead of a prospective permanent switch to Wolves' Championship rivals Sheffield United.
It's believed the Blades have bid £750,000 for the Welsh international, who has impressed while with the Latics this season.
Reports linking Wolves with moves for Chelsea's Kasey Palmer on loan or Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban are believed to be wide of the mark.