Wolves cult hero available on free transfer after leaving MLS

One former Wolves player who is held in high regard has said his goodbyes to his current club.
Jack Price departed in Wolves in 2018, but could he be coming back to England? (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)Jack Price departed in Wolves in 2018, but could he be coming back to England? (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)
Jack Price departed in Wolves in 2018, but could he be coming back to England? (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Former Wolves midfielder Jack Price will be available for a free transfer in January after saying goodbye to his club.

The 30-year-old is leaving the Colorado Rapids after several years of service in the MLS following his departure from Molineux in 2018. He was captain for four of the six years he spent at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, and now there’s an element of intrigue of where he will end up next.

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Price suffered a season-ending injury in March, in what was just their fourth game of the campaign, and he could only watch on as his side finish bottom of the Western Conference, with just five wins all season. Colorado had the option to extend his contract next season, and in to 2025 but it seems that the option will not be taken up and his contract will expire at the end of December.

"Thank you Colorado Rapids fans," he began in a tweet on the social media platform known as X.

"Me and my family have had the best 6 years. The support and love shown towards us from day 1 has been top class. Wish the lads all the success in the future. An honour and immense pride to captain this club for 4 years. Cheers, Pricey."

He made 130 appearances for the Rapids in total, registering 29 assists and scoring two goals. His best finish with the club was in 2021, when they won the Western Conference and reached the quarter-finals of the play-offs.

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As for Price's career with Wolves, he made 115 appearances from his league debut in the 2013/14 campaign to when he left in the title-winning 2017/18 season.

He was part of the Wolves side that won the League One title, and then played a small part in Nuno Espirito Santo's side that lifted the Championship in 2018, but departed before he could earn a winners medal.

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