Jesus Vallejo’s loan move to Wolves isn’t working out as well as Real Madrid had expected, report Defensa Central.
According to their own information, DC say there’s worry at the Spanish club about the lack of minutes the 22 year old is getting. The plan was that he’d be a prominent player for Wolves in the Premier League, yet he’s only managed 162 minutes so far.
This disrupts Real Madrid’s plan to take Vallejo back next summer and have him as their fourth choice central defender.
Wolves don’t get any blame and there doesn’t appear to be any bitterness, with it being pointed out the club have recovered from a poor start to the season and are finding the formula which works best for them.
As it stands, that doesn’t include Vallejo and it could therefore see the young defender leave as early as the winter market. Even if he stays until next summer, then it’s thought a further loan would be the best scenario, with staying in Spain seen as the most preferable outcome.
Real Madrid are currently ‘very attentive’ to Nuno Espirito Santo’s decisions, clearly hoping the situation changes.