Transfer News: “We have permission” – Official reveals Wolves have given green light to release winger in January…

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Enso González will be part of the Paraguay U23 squad for the Pre-Olympic Tournament in January.

That’s according to their youth team coordinator, Elvio Paolorosso, who told Versus Radio that Wolves have given the green light to release him next month.

The Wolves youngster joins Inter Miami’s Diego Gómez as the two players who will be made available at Paraguay U23 manager Carlos Jara Saguier’s disposal.

“We have permission from the clubs of Diego and Enso so that they can join the U23 team,” he said.

According to Versus Radio, the winger and Gómez’s addition will be of ‘great help’ for Jara Saguier for Olympic qualifiers in January.

Another report from the same outlet claims these fixtures are not a FIFA event and clubs are ‘not obliged’ to release their players. Despite this, Wolves have decided to allow the 18-year-old to represent his country.

The Premier League side signed González from Paraguayan side Club Libertad in the last window and is yet to make an appearance for Wolves’ first team.

Gary O’Neil has included him in the squad for the opening day defeat to Crystal Palace and also in the EFL Cup loss against Ipswich Town.

González has made four appearances for Wolves U21 this season and hasn’t scored or registered an assist so far.

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