Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett chose to move several players on last season as he developed a younger squad, and there are likely to be more exits from Molineux before the end of this summer's transfer window.
Speaking to the club's official website, Jackett said: "Razak Boukari is back here - he has worked all through the summer and he's fine and over his hamstring problem.
"I think the likelihood is a loan move back to France is the best bet for him. He's fully fit but if you look at his playing record over the last two years, he's barely played any games.
"He's a Wolves player as we stand at the moment, but if you're looking at our squad, we have four players in his position - (Michael) Jacobs, (James) Henry, (Bakary) Sako and (Rajiv) Van La Parra - so the club has moved on and I think it's competition which is going to prove he needs to play (elsewhere). The likelihood is he'll go back to France on loan, although nothing has been arranged at present.
"Tongo (Doumbia) is due back next week. He played wide right for Mali against Croatia pre-World Cup. I saw the game - (Nouha) Dicko played up front and Sako played on the left. I haven't spoken to Tongo yet because he's not back until next week but I think the plan will be the same for him.
"He'll be looking for loans in France.
"Georg Margreitter is back next week after talks broke down with FC Copenhagen.
"It doesn't like there's any interest there at present to continue them. I would think we'd be looking to get him a permanent move or a loan."
Kevin Foley is another man who is likely to be moved on. The right-back has been at Wolves since 2007 but spent part of last season on loan at Blackpool and Jackett feels that the club already has a lot of competition for the spot at the back.
He said: "Kevin is back and 100 per cent fit with no problems. He's been in but right-back is a strong area for us and if there are any clubs for Kevin, there will be no problems with him going.
"He's over his shoulder injury and fully fit and training."
Roger Johnson and Jamie O'Hara are two other senior players who spent last season away from Molineux but the head coach is yet to reveal his plans for the two players.