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Morgan Gibbs-White back at Compton Park, but he's receiving injury treatment

Morgan Gibbs-White is currently back at Compton Park receiving treatment for an injury.

The midfielder has returned to Wolves in order for staff to look at a knee issue he is currently struggling with.

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The youngster has not played for Sheffield United since the game against Fulham on December 20, although the Blades’ two games since then have been postponed.

Gibbs-White was replaced at half-time during the clash with the Cottagers.

He will now work with Wolves medical staff to try and regain his fitness and get back to shining in the Championship.

There has been some speculation that Wolves will recall Gibbs-White from his loan spell this month.

The club took that course of action last season when he was at Swansea City.

But a recent report from The Athletic claimed that Gibbs-White is unlikely to return this time.

Wolves have already recalled Dion Sanderson and Ryan Giles, but it seems the club see more value in keeping Gibbs-White in place at Bramall Lane at the moment.

Also back at Compton at the moment for injury treatment is goalkeeper Matija Sarkic.

And defender Toti Gomes has also come back to the club from Grasshopper to train. The Swiss league is currently on a winter break and resumes again at the end of January.

Hopefully Wolves aren’t tempted by Morgan Gibbs-White recall, as player drops in at Compton

So Gibbs-White is back at Compton for some injury treatment.

Hopefully, this will be the only reason the 21-year-old is back at the club before the end of the season.

Gibbs-White left Wolves last summer in order to go out and play regularly. And that’s exactly what he has been doing.

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He’s enjoyed a really productive spell at the club so far. It would potentially disrupt his development if he was plucked out midway through the season.

In an ideal world, Wolves will use the transfer market to bring in another midfield option.