Kenny Jackett confirms three Wolverhampton Wanderers players who could leave in January

Tommy Rowe, Lee Evans and George Saville could all be set to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that Tommy Rowe, Lee Evans and George Saville could all leave Wolverhampton Wanderers in the January transfer window.

Rowe, Saville and Evans have been on loan spells at Scunthorpe, Millwall and Bradford, respectively, this season, and the League One clubs are said to be interested in making permanent moves for the trio.

At the moment Rowe is back training with Wolves, while Evans’s and Saville’s temporary deals are set to expire in the near future.

However, it does not seem that it will be too long before the trio are back on the move.

“The loan lads have come back, Rowe’s back from Scunthorpe, and then Lee Evans and George Saville, their loans are up this week,” Jackett said.

“Bradford for Lee Evans and Millwall for George Saville are both interested in taking it further, as Scunthorpe are with Tommy Rowe.

“At present it looks like they’ll be coming back with us and we’ll be looking to see what the next stage is with them.”

Rowe was brought to Wolves in the summer of 2014 from Peterborough United, but he has struggled to make an impact at Championship level.

The left winger has excelled at Scunthorpe though, where he has become a key player for Mark Robins’ side.

Evans and Saville, meanwhile, have also been in good form in League One, but there are doubts over whether they will be able to break into Wolves’ first team this season.

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