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Gillingham loan winger Jordan Graham is one of seven players released by Premier League Wolves

Gillingham loanee Jordan Graham has left parent club Wolves.

Graham was with the Gills on loan when the season was suspended because of coronavirus.

Jordan Graham on the ball for the Gills Picture: Ady Kerry
Jordan Graham on the ball for the Gills Picture: Ady Kerry

The 25-year-old winger joined Gillingham at the end of January, on transfer deadline day, signing for the rest of the season.

Boss Steve Evans described the player's debut as outstanding, as he made a great impact.

He made two starts for the Gills in League 1 during his time at the club and another five appearances off the bench.

Graham scored for the Gills in their last match before professional football was halted, netting in a 5-1 win over Dover Athletic in the Kent Senior Cup.

He's one of seven players released by the Premier League club.

Gillingham have yet to find out what will happen to the 2019/20 campaign in League 1. The EFL are set to discuss the matter on Wednesday.

One proposal is for an eight-team play-off to take place, for those finishing from third to 10th.

Another of Gills’ loan players from the season, Jordan Roberts, has been told that he won’t be getting a new deal by his parent club Ipswich Town. He recently ended his stay at the Gills.

The end of the Scottish Premiership, meanwhile, means right-back Lee Hodson is back with the Gills. He was on a deal at St Mirren for the remainder of the season.

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