April 13, 2024

Wolves youngster Theo Corbeanu is likely to depart the club, with it being announced this morning that an agreement has been reached with Spanish side Granada.

Wanderers have already had a few outgoings this month, with Fabio Silva and Sasa Kalajdzic leaving on loan, and Jonny Castro Otto canceling his contract by mutual consent.

Another player is expected to leave on deadline day, with Theo Corbeanu set to join Granada.

The Canadian international spent the first part of the season on loan at Grasshoppers, but he is now ready for a new challenge.

Theo Corbeanu set to make permanent move to Granada

This morning, Fabrizio Romano reports that Corbeanu, 21, is likely to join Spanish side Granada.

He says on X: “Theo Corbeanu has left Wolves and is on his way to medical as a new Granada player.” Permanent transfer has been decided upon and is presently being finalised.”

Corbeanu joined Wolves in 2018 after leaving FC Toronto following an unsuccessful trial with Leicester City.

Corbeanu played for the club’s U16 and 18 teams before joining the U23s in 2020.

The kid made his first-team debut for Wolves in 2020/21, coming on as a substitute against Tottenham Hotspur.

During his tenure at Wolves, Corbeanu played on loan for Sheffield Wednesday, MK Dons, Blackpool, Arminia Bielefeld, and



Wolves' Canadian striker Corbeanu on rainy days, Anfield and first-team  dreams - The Athletic


A chance for a fresh start for Corbeanu

So it appears like Corbeanu will be leaving Wolves permanently, which will provide him with an opportunity for a fresh start.

Cobreanu formerly appeared to be one of Wolves’ brightest prospects, but he has yet to make a significant impression on loan to be regarded a first-team possibility.

Despite a promising start to the season with Grasshoppers, the club appears to believe it is time to cash in on the 21-year-old, and Corbeanu’s move to Granada could work out well for him.


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