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Goalkeeper Andy Lonergan keen to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers?

Goalkeeper Andy Lonergan is reportedly keen to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers during the summer transfer window.

Goalkeeper Andy Lonergan has reportedly indicated that he wants to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer.

Lonergan only moved to Molineux last summer, but it has been suggested that he wants to move on to the 10th club of his professional career ahead of the next campaign.

According to The Sun, the 33-year-old is keen to return to the North-West of England having been born in Preston and playing for the Championship side on over 200 occasions.

The experienced stopper is unlikely to be short of offers from the Football League, despite making only 11 league appearances for Wolves last season.

With Carl Ikeme and Harry Burgoyne also at the club and with the possibility of bringing in another goalkeeper, Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo is unlikely to stand in Lonergan's way should they receive a suitable offer for a player who still has 12 months remaining on his contract.

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