Report: Tommy Rowe likely to stay with Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves Steve Bull Stand

Tommy Rowe has played just one match for Wolverhampton Wanderers so far this season.

According to a report in the Scunthorpe Telegraph, Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Tommy Rowe looks set to stay at Molineux for the remainder of the season.

Scunthorpe United had been the front runners to sign Rowe, after taking the 27-year-old on loan earlier in the season.

However, the Iron’s attempts to sign the former Peterborough United on a permanent deal may have proven fruitless, due to a number of complications.

Scunthorpe have reportedly found it difficult to persuade Wolves to part ways with Rowe, as Kenny Jackett sees him as a good covering option.

The League One side also cannot afford to match the contract he is on at Wolves, without jeopardising their financial position.

As a result, it seems that Rowe could be set to stay at Wolves, where he will have to fight to earn a place in Jackett’s first team.

Rowe has played just once for Wolves throughout the entirety of the campaign so far, and with his contract expiring in the summer, he is now playing for his future at the Midlands club.

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