Wolves have got so many players out on loan that it’s likely many fans have forgotten some of them.
One of the more prominent characters to leave recently is Prince Oniangué, who, for the second successive January, left Wolves in the winter for a loan in France.
The first year, Oniangué was able to go to Bastia and get some winter sun, but this time he’s had to make do with Angers.
Fifteen appearances in half a season is pretty good, and Angers have clearly made the most of borrowing the player from Wolves.
With a contract until 2020 with his parent club, Oniangué is in for an interesting summer, with it being unlikely he’s going to be part of Nuno’s key plans for the Premier League.
Angers lost 2-0 to Nantes at the weekend, and Oniangué had to come off in the first half with a ‘sprain’ report Ouest France. The French newspaper also spoke to the 29 year old about his situation and a chance of staying at the Ligue 1 club: “We’ll see, but I do not think I’ll stay in Angers.”
That’s that then.
Expected back at Wolves on June 27th, the midfielder will hope his agents are fighting through the telephone calls.