Former Liverpool and Man City man posts 48-word goodbye to Wolves after free transfer exit

Louie Moulden has left Wolves following three years at Molineux. He was an unused substitute in the Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup.(Image: Getty Images)Louie Moulden has left Wolves following three years at Molineux. He was an unused substitute in the Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup.(Image: Getty Images)
Louie Moulden has left Wolves following three years at Molineux. He was an unused substitute in the Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup.(Image: Getty Images)
A departing player wished Wolves ‘nothing but success’ after they confirmed his departure.

Goalkeeper Louie Moulden has expressed his thanks to Wolves after it was confirmed he would be leaving the club this summer.

Wolves confirmed that Moulden along with Hungarian international Bendegúz Bolla would be departing Molineux. Bolla has already signed for Austrian side SK Rapid Wien, whilst Moulden has transfer interest from League One play-off finalists Bolton Wanderers.

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The 22-year-old leaves Molineux having joined the club in 2021. He came through the academies of Liverpool and Manchester City, but landed at Wolves three years ago. Moulden never played for the first-team but was an unused substitute in 11 matches.

He said in a post on X: “My time has now come to an end. I’d like to put on record my thanks to everyone involved at the club. The opportunities Wolves have given me, both here and out on loan are invaluable, and something I’m very grateful for. Wishing the club nothing but success.”

The Bolton-born keeper had several loan moves during the three years he was with Wolves. He would play for Ebsfleet United and Solihull Moors last season. Moulden was at National League side Rochdale for this season and kept six clean sheets in 28 games. His performances for the Dale earned him to Northampton Town and at Sixfields he played 12 times and kept two clean sheets with the Cobblers finishing 14th.

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