Portuguese Bruno Jordao leaves Wolverhampton after four and a half years and played only five matches.
On Tuesday, February 6, Wolves announced the departure of Bruno JordaoFour and a half years after his arrival. More often joining the club's Under-21 side than the first team, the Portuguese midfielder was never able to establish himself and played only five short matches, totaling 136 minutes.
The Marina Grande native arrived in England in August 2019, at the same time as his compatriot Pedro Neto. At the time, the two players were involved in a somewhat controversial transfer, in which they moved from Braga to Lazio and then to Wolves, for abnormally large sums. Everything is directed by Jorge Mendes, who is close to the Wolves owners.
Bruno Jordao has also been loaned out three times, first to Famalicao (2020), then to Grasshoppers (2022), and finally to Santa Clara (2022). He is now free from any contract.
The 25-year-old midfielder warmly thanked his former club through a post on social networks: “ Four and a half years with Wolves, a dream come true… Thank you for letting me be part of this family, for learning and for all your support during my injury. I would like to thank everyone whose path I have crossed over these years. It was a pleasure to be part of the group. I wish you the best in the future! I will always be one of your supporters. Thanks. »