Wolves forward Paul Gladon looks set for a return to the Netherlands this summer, according to claims in the Dutch media.

The 25-year-old joined the Championship side last summer, but he’s failed to make an impact since his arrival in England.

Voetbal International have reported Gladon could move back to his former club Heracles Almelo on a loan deal, and that talks are already underway. The Dutchman joined Wolves from Heracles 12 months ago on a three-year deal, but played just a handful of games for the West Midland club last season.

It seems Gladon isn’t in the plans of Wolves’ new manager Nuno Espirito Santo, and it’s very possible he will head back to his home country on loan. VI point out Wolves are completely against a permanent sale.

Under previous managers Walter Zenger and Paul Lambert, Gladon made just one Championship start last season, and he hasn’t been involved in Wolves’ league match day squads since last October.