Tongo Doumbia

DONE DEAL: Doumbia heads to Toulouse

Published On 31/08/2014 | By AFS Staff | Africa, Best of the Rest, Championship, Europe, Latest News, Ligue 1, Top Stories, Transfers

Mali international midfielder Tongo Doumbia has left Wolverhampton Wanderers after a disappointing spell at the club.

While two Mali internationals, Nouha Dicko and Bakary Sako, are thriving at Molyneux, another, Tongo Doumbia, has ended his unhappy time at the club.

Admittedly, Doumbia has been at Wolves during a tumultuous period in the club’s history, but regardless, Old Gold fans would have been expecting much more following an impressive 16-game loan spell back in 2012.

Over the next two years, however, the midfielder only made 17 league appearances from the club, and spent last season away on loan at Valenciennes, who were relegated from Ligue 1.

Having been told he is not part of manager Kenny Jackett’s plans in the Championship this season, the midfielder has been sold, moving back to France, with Toulouse, for an undisclosed fee.

Jamie O’Hara, who was signed for £5 million back in 2011, has also been let go, according to BBC Sport, while Togo international Razak Boukari is one of several other players believed to have no future in the Black Country.



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