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Report: Morgan Gibbs-White set to become Wolves regular next season

Wolves manager Bruno Lage is reportedly now ready to offer Morgan Gibbs-White regular football next season.

The midfielder spent the 2021/22 season on loan at Sheffield United in the Championship, and had a really productive spell.

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The star scored 12 goals and made 10 assists, and last month scooped their Player of the Season award.

It was undoubtedly the best season of Gibbs-White’s career to date.

Many Wolves fans were opposed to Gibbs-White leaving Wolves last year, especially with so few incomings in the transfer market.

But the decision was made, and it’s one that has been fully vindicated.

The 22-year-old has done some serious developing, and many people now want to see him involved with the first-team on a regular basis next season.

And it seems there could be good chance of that.

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According to the Express & Star, Lage is now ready to offer him regular playing time in the Premier League next season.

It just now depends on what Gibbs-White himself wants to do.

He has interest from the likes of Southampton and Nottingham Forest, and may well see his future away from Molineux.

But the club have offered him a new contract, which may prove to him that he will be given more chances in 2022/23.

Gibbs-White deserves regular minutes for Wolves first-team

Gibbs-White definitely deserves the chance to play regularly for Wolves’ first-team.

He has become a much better player as a result of his spell with Sheffield United, and has an impressive eye for goal.

Wolves are crying out for a midfielder who can contribute goals and assists.

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Gibbs-White has never really had a long run of starts in the first-team before. But it feels as though he is much better equipped now.

Hopefully, Wolves are able to convince him to stay, and he can finally enjoy a breakthrough season at Molineux.