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Wolves players out of contract in summer facing uncertainty due to coronavirus

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The world, as well as the footballing world, have been hit with a rapidly spreading coronavirus due to which there is some uncertainty about what the future holds.

Major sporting events, including the Premier League, have been suspended amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The Premier League was suspended until at least April 3, however, the FA released a statement which confirmed that the professional game will be suspended until no earlier than 30 April.

The suspension means that fixtures may have to be moved beyond June, however, this can cause a problem as there are many players whose contracts end this summer.

Here are Wolves players, who will be out of contract in the summer of 2020.

John Ruddy

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John Ruddy has been a Wolves player since 2017. During this season the 33-year-old goalkeeper has made 6 appearances in which he has kept 3 clean sheets and conceded 4 goals.

Phil Ofosu-Ayeh

Phil Ofosu-Ayeh has been a Wolves player since 2017. In August 2018, he was loaned to Hansa Rostock and in January 2019 he was loaned to Würzburger Kickers, for the rest of the 2018-19 season.

Bright Enobakhare

Bright Enobakhare signed his first professional contract with Wolves in the summer of 2015. Since that he has been loaned to several clubs with the latest one being Wigan Athletic.

During this season the youngster has made overall 3 appearances.

Max Kilman

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Max Kilman joined Wolves in the summer of 2018 from Maidenhead United. During this season, the defender has made 13 appearances.

Enzo Loiodice 

Enzo Loiodice joined the Premier League side Wolves on loan from Dijon during this January transfer window.He has made 8 appearances so far and his loan at Wolves ends in the summer of 2020.

source – Express