Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to discuss the future of Joe Mason.
As announced on Wolves’ official Twitter page on Thursday, Mason is returning from his loan spell at the Colorado Rapids early.
It has also been announced that the 27-year-old forward will report to Compton on Friday July 27.
The former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international has been on the books of Wolves since January 2016 when he joined from Cardiff City.
The 27-year-old has failed to make a huge impact at the Wanderers, and has been on loan at Burton Albion and Rapids since 2017.
Wolves fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to discuss the future of Mason.
Below are some of the best comments:
One of the better players for the Rapids this season. Don’t understand why he can’t get more game. This is another sign that the management at the Rapids don’t know what their doing. #hudsonout— Colorado Wolves (@Colorado_Wolves) July 12, 2018
scenes when Nuno has brought him back to be our main man and he bags a premier league golden boot— tyler mills (@tylerlmills7) July 12, 2018
Another one to add to the list of players we need to bin off— Rob James Cook (@RobJCook1) July 12, 2018
Rapids have signed another player on loan so had to release mason so they could sign the other— Rich (@Rich78aim) July 12, 2018
decent low champ top league 1 I guess best of luck to the lad but can't see why we need to keep him— Simon Rollason (@rollason_simon) July 12, 2018
He's not been making the first XI so not a surprise, unlikely to be much interest.— WolvesFirst (@WolvesFirst) July 12, 2018
Does he count as a homegrown senior player for Premier League rules? Might be part of the reasoning behind it, weren't we one short?— JT (@TweetsByJT) July 12, 2018
If it couldn’t get any worse for the lad, tin pot league and sent home.— Lee Gill (@LeeMGill) July 12, 2018
Free transfer beckons I reckon
Busy summer for Wolverhampton Wanderers
Wolves have been quite busy in the summer transfer window so far and have made a number of signings already, as Nuno’s side prepare to feature in the Premier League following automatic promotion from the Championship.
The Wanderers have made the signings of Willy Boly and Leo Bonatini permanent, and have also secured the services of Rui Patrício.