Wolves youngster Cameron John targeted for loan move in January transfer window
- Wolves rejected a £500,000 bid for Cameron John from a Championship club
- But they may allow the centre back to go out on a temporary basis in New Year
- The 19-year-old has been a regular for Wolves’ U23s this season and has shone
Wolves defender Cameron John is attracting loan enquiries ahead of the January window.
The Molineux club rejected a £500,000 bid from a Championship club for the stylish centre back last summer but may allow the 19-year-old to go out on a temporary basis in the New Year.
John has been a regular for Wolves’ U23s this season and was impressive in their recent 2-1 win over Manchester United.
Wolves’ Cameron John has attracted loan interest ahead of the January transfer window
Scouts were out in force at Molineux as Wolves went to the top of Premier League Two Division Two, albeit briefly.
And John impressed those in the stands with his ability on the ball and pace that allows him to get out of trouble.
Meanwhile, former Wolves, QPR and Stoke midfielder Karl Henry is in talks with Northampton over a short term contract. The 35-year-old is a free agent.
Wolves may allow the 19-year-old centre back to go out on a temporary basis in the New Year
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