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MetiNews.Com - Wolves transfer news - Danny Loader's contract at Reading has expired amid reports WWFC retain an interest
Breaking News ! Danny Loader will leave Reading today after turning down a contract extension with the Championship club. It comes amid reports the 19-year-old, who came close to joining Wolverhampton Wanderers 12 months ago, is still a target for Nuno Espirito Santo's side. It is understood Loader had agreed terms for a move to Molineux on transfer deadline day last summer before Reading pulled the plug. He has started just once in the league this season with six more appearances coming as a substitute. Reading's Danny Loader (right) has been linked with a move to Wolves (Image: Harry Trump/Getty Images) Loader was offered a new long-term contract by Reading but an agreement was never struck and the proposed deal was later taken off the table because of the financial uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. He was offered a temporary extension to see out the remainder of the season at the Madejski Stadium but rejected it and suitors are now able to snap him up. Read More Related Articles Agent drops huge transfer hint over £15m star linked with Wolves Read More Related Articles Wolves receive exciting update from Real Madrid over Oscar Rodriguez transfer - reports Royals manager Mark Bowen told BerkshireLive last week: "The only player who has turned down a contract extension with us is Danny Loader, which he's entitled to do of course. "He's at the stage with his advisors and his family wondering where he's going to be next season so he has decided not to sign a contract extension.
. He won't be able to play any more games so it looks like Danny will be moving on to pastures new."
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Reading will be entitled to a chunk of compensation for Loader if he remains in England this summer. Wolves reportedly retain an interest and the Daily Mail reported last month they were 'at the front of the queue' to snap him up. Manchester United, Crystal Palace and Championship pair Leeds United and Swansea City have also been linked. Shortly after the window closed last year, Loader said:: "Everyone knows a Premier League club tried to sign me in the transfer window, but it wasn't to be. "I'm very ambitious, my dream is to play on the biggest stage and you never know when these opportunities will come around again."
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