Wolves transfer news: Crystal Palace enter Morgan Gibbs-White hunt
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Wolves transfer news: Crystal Palace enter Morgan Gibbs-White hunt

Crystal Palace are the latest side to enter the race to sign Morgan Gibbs-White from Wolves.

The midfielder continues to be linked with an exit from Molineux this summer following his fantastic season on loan at Sheffield United in 2022/23.

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According to the Daily Mail, the 22-year-old is now on Patrick Vieira’s radar.

Palace have lost Conor Gallagher, who has returned to his parent club Chelsea.

They therefore need a replacement and believe Gibbs-White could fit the bill.

As well as Palace, Gibbs-White also has interest from Southampton and Nottingham Forest, and it was reported last week that the newly promoted had approach Wanderers.

But it was also reported that Wolves yet to receive any official bids for the player.

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It has been claimed that Wolves are keen to keep Gibbs-White and have him become a part of the first-team squad for next season.

The club recently offered him a new contract, which he hasn’t yet signed.

Bruno Lage is supposedly a big fan of Gibbs-White, and has apparently already spoken to him about the upcoming season.

It remains to be seen if Wolves are able to keep hold of the youngster, whom captain Conor Coady branded ‘a fantastic footballer’ last year. Or if a big offer comes in from one of the interested clubs that is simply too good to turn down.

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Lots of Wolves fans would like to see Gibbs-White become a regular starter for the first-team.

But it’s very possible that may not happen.

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It seems Wolves are needing to sell players in order to bring new ones in this summer, and Gibbs-White’s value is high following his season at Bramall Lane.

The owners may well seek to sanction his exit, and capitalise on a string of clubs wanting to sign him.