Wolves are reportedly ready to rebuff interest in Morgan Gibbs-White this summer, with Bruno Lage looking to give him a first-team chance.
The midfielder has enjoyed an excellent 2021/22 on loan at Sheffield United.
The 22-year-old made 38 appearances for the Blades, and scored 12 goals and made nine assists.
His contributions helped United secure a place in the play-offs, and they will now be hoping his fine form can continue as they seek to secure promotion back to the Premier League.
That is huge vindication for his decision to push for a loan move last year.
The stint has done Gibbs-White the world of good, and it seems Wolves are now ready to get him back involved with the first-team.
According to a report from TEAMtalk, Bruno Lage wants to hand Gibbs-White a chance to prove himself in pre-season ahead of 2022/23.
It is stated that Wolves are ready to rebuff any transfer interest in the player.
Apparently, Fulham, Leeds United and Burnley are all keen on the England U21 international.
Wolves in a fantastic position over Gibbs-White, as club reportedly prepare to rebuff interest
Wolves are really in a great position over Gibbs-White.
Ideally, he will become a part of Lage’s first-team squad for next season. He certainly seems ready to step up after the season he’s just had.
But if that is not to be, then Gibbs-White is surely going to end up making Wolves a lot of money in the transfer market.
Wolves not wanting him to depart, combined with the fact he signed a new deal last year, means he’d only depart for a big offer.
Whatever happens, Wolves are in a great position.