Wolves transfer news: Alex Scott speaks about his future
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Wolves transfer news: Alex Scott speaks about his future

Reported Wolves transfer target Alex Scott has been speaking about his contract situation at Bristol City and the speculation about his future.

The midfielder is one of the Championship’s best young prospects at the moment.

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Scott, still only 19, is a regular in the Robins’ starting XI, and has impressed with his technical quality and ability to play in multiple different positions.

He’s already had comparisons to Jack Grealish, and a number of clubs are reported to be keen on him.

It was reported last month that Wolves had actually held talks with Bristol City about a potential transfer.

But they apparently wanted £25 million to sell, a price tag Wolves deemed too high.

Scott decided to stay put, but the speculation will undoubtedly be rife again in the summer.

The starlet has actually been speaking about his future, revealing he prefers not to get drawn into it all. He joked that he tells his mum off for reaing things and reporting back to him.

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He said (Bristol Post): “I think at the minute, I don’t really want to worry about that. Like I said, the focus is completely on football and that’s the main thing for me. That’s all I really think about

“Obviously it’s impossible to get away from the talk,” he added. “I try my best, I don’t really read into anything. I tell my mum off when she reads into it and I tell her to leave it alone!”

CBS journalist Ben Jacobs recently reported that Scott is ‘inevitably’ going in the summer. He said many clubs have been scouting him this season.

Hope for Wolves as Alex Scott refuses to say he’ll sign new Bristol City contract

City’s owner recent said that there was a contract offer on the table for Scott.

Clearly, they really want to keep hold of him.

But Scott seemingly doesn’t want to rush into that, which is understandable given how many clubs are supposedly looking at him at the moment.

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Ideally, he will not sign a new contract at Ashton Gate.

Wolves may fancy their chances of signing him much more if he doesn’t do that.

Potentially, a few midfielders could be leaving Molineux this summer. And Wanderers just did business with City over Dan Bentley, meaning there could be a good relationship between the clubs there.