Vallejo joined Wolverhampton Wanderers from Real Madrid in July.
Wolverhampton Wanderers fans are reacting on Twitter to Jesus Vallejo’s latest showing on loan from Real Madrid.
Vallejo arrived at Wolves on a season-long deal from the Spanish giants in July.
It was speculated beforehand that Wolves would have an option to sign the Spain Under-21 star on a permanent basis, although this was never announced by either club.
And after having seen him make his fifth appearance for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side against Reading on Wednesday, some of a Wolves persuasion are far from convinced by Vallejo’s long-term prospects at Molineux.
This is what they are saying…
If you needed evidence of how threadbare our squad is, tonight was it. Worrying that Vallejo and Neto are backup to the first team. Both might have potential but they’re nowhere near ready for the Premier League at the moment #wwfc— Ben Rasmin (@benrasmin) September 25, 2019
Bennett unusually good in the Coady role, maybe good cover for Coady in future. Vallejo did not have a good game, I’m slowly losing faith that he will help the defence. Cutrone hobbling by end but stayed on like a trooper as we were already down to 10 with no subs #wwfc— Chris Crowther (@chriscrowther88) September 25, 2019
I agree. Early days but not a convincing start— Paul Mansell (@PaulMansell10) September 25, 2019
Decent from Wolves. The most impressive part is Vallejo and Adam are giving me hope of playing professionally still.— Steve Lees (@measlewolf) September 25, 2019
Jesus Vallejo is shite !!! Come on lads he’s fucking Shite #wwfc— Leighton Binder (@LeightonBinder) September 26, 2019
We won’t be taking up any option on Vallejo.— Nuno the Redeemer (@GoldenPalaceWW) September 25, 2019
Especially when Ryan Bennett can ping passes all over Molineux.#wwfc
Strangely there isn’t an option. Which must mean Madrid have some form of hope for him. Baffling.— Mathew Ward (@Matman050988) September 25, 2019
Wolves led their League Cup third-round tie against the Championship side from the 27th minute to the ninth of second-half stoppage time.
But Lucas Boye’s header from a Jon Swift rabona cross cancelled out Bruno Jordao’s opener and ensured the game went straight to a penalty shoot-out which Wolves won 4-2.
Wanderers’ reward is a fourth-round trip to their west Midlands rivals Aston Villa at the end of next month.