Dion Sanderson

Dion Sanderson set for QPR debut against Reading

QPR will have loan signing Dion Sanderson available for the Sky Bet Championship match against Reading. The defender, 22, has joined from Wolves on loan for the remainder of the season, having spent the first half of the campaign with Birmingham. Morocco midfielder Ilias Chair and Senegal goalkeeper Seny Dieng...
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Dion Sanderson back at Wolves as Birmingham announce Teden Mengi signing

Wolves defender Dion Sanderson has been recalled from his loan at Birmingham The 22-year-old centre-back joined the Sky Bet Championship outfit last summer on a deal that was due to last for the whole 2021-22 season.Having made 16 appearances for Blues, he returns to Wolves at a time when Romain Saiss is preparing to represent Morocco at the Africa Cup of Nations and Willy Boly and Yerson Mosquera remain injured.Wolves technical director Scott Sellars said on the club’s website: “For Dion to be playing week in, week out at Championship level has been fantastic for his development. It prepares him...

Dion Sanderson links up with Birmingham on loan

Birmingham have announced the signing of Dion Sanderson on a season-long loan from Wolves. The 21-year-old defender has had recent loan spells with Cardiff and Sunderland, where he won the supporters’ young player of the year award last season. Sanderson told the Blues’ club website: “I am delighted and so...

Dion Sanderson adds to Sunderland’s injury problems

Sunderland’s Dion Sanderson is set to miss the rest of the season after being ruled out for six weeks with a back injury. The on-loan Wolves defender has not played since the 2-1 League One defeat at Wigan on April 13, and head coach Lee Johnson has resigned himself to not seeing the 21-year-old on the pitch again this campaign.

Dion Sanderson: The future star in the Wolves defence?

Wolverhampton Wanderers' number one target this summer is likely to be another central defender, with Conor Coady, Willy Boly and Max Kilman their only three who are 100% comfortable playing in front of Rui Patricio. With Leander Dendoncker and Romain Saiss - both predominantly midfielders - slotting into Nuno Espirito...