Paul Gladon is set for a return to the Eredivisie after having his contract with Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers dissolved.

The striker joined Wolves from Heracles in 2016 but only made three appearances for the club. He spent last season on loan back at Heracles and was leased to Belgian side Sint-Truiden in the summer but only made one appearance.

Gladon’s loan with Sint-Truiden is over and instead of returning to Wolves for his final six months on his contract, he has been allowed to leave on a free.

Gladon told the website of his agency, “In all honesty: it did not make much sense to me to return to the Wolves after the winter break. The club is doing very well in the Premier League and it has become very difficult for me to play a role in that. I think this is the best solution, it also offers opportunities for other clubs.

“I am fitter than ever, at Sint-Truiden we trained hard. That is of course positive, because I can start immediately. I am open to everything. The Netherlands would be nice, but another club abroad can of course also be. I’m now looking for a club with my agent where I can play football again, because that’s what I really look forward to.”





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