Kortney Hause had a hugely productive loan spell at Aston Villa, helping them to achieve promotion from the Championship.
However, he could now be returning to the club as he looks set to leave Wolves in a £3m deal, per Express & Star. According to the same report, the Villans had an option to buy the player in the terms of his loan agreement.
The price tag is incredibly low despite his relatively unproven credentials and it is that aspect of the deal that Wolves fans are upset with.
Taking to Twitter to comment on the report, one supporter claimed the club should be looking to get £10m for the defender. Another fan suggested it seemed very low for someone of Hause’s age.
The 23-year-old seems to be a well respected figure at Molineux as a further supporter reacted by saying that left footed centre-halves were in high demand. One individual appeared to be bemused that Wolves were doing their Midlands rivals Villa a favour.
The versatile player featured in 12 games after arriving over the winter, starring at both centre-back and right-back. He was particularly impressive in the air, winning an average of 4.7 aerial duels per game.
Here’s the best of the reaction.
Way too cheap for an England U21 defender ! 10 mill more like !
— Reg (@Reg04101246) June 5, 2019
Hause obviously wont play a big role for us if he stayed but to me £3M seems quite cheep.
— Adam (@Wolves_Adam) June 5, 2019
Is that £3m basic plus add-ons? Seems very low for someone of his age who could yet develop into a capable player in the mid-lower PL level.
— HUGEWolf ? (@HUGEWolf) June 5, 2019
If Bournemouth can ask for £15 million for Ming’s then we surely should be asking for more than 3 million.
— Ash (@Ashbe_87) June 5, 2019
I think £3m is a bargain for him and perhaps we could have pushed the price up. Left footed centre halves in are in high demand
— Paul Mansell (@PaulMansell10) June 5, 2019
He’s worth 6 mill. Don’t know who is responsible for under valuing Wolves players
— Ianph (@Ianph61) June 5, 2019
I get why we’ve sold Hause but I still don’t get why the price was so low. Why are we doing Villa any favours? Should have been at least 5 or 6 million surely? #WWFC
— Rob James Cook (@RobJCook1) June 5, 2019