Morgan Gibbs-White is reportedly in no rush to leave Wolves this summer.
That is according to Daily Mail journalist Tom Collomosse, who says there is plenty if interest in the player at the moment.
For the moment, Gibbs-White is apparently happy to stay at Molineux.
Wolves have offered the player a new contract following his superb season on loan at Sheffield United.
He’s in no rush to sign it, but nor is he looking to leave.
It is the first we have heard regarding what Gibbs-White actually feels about his future.
So far, reports have mainly been about clubs being interested in the 22-year-old. And we have had information about Wolves’ stance.
But it has been all quiet in terms of Gibbs-White’s feelings – until now.
If true, Wolves are likely to be happy.
It was reported recently that the club are looking to actually build the team around the England U21 international.
The only way they would look to sell if is Gibbs-White wanted out, and a suitor was willing to pay in the region of £30 million.
With Gibbs-White apparently happy to stay put, Bruno Lage can perhaps now start preparing for the new season with the player central to his plans.
A boost for Wolves with Gibbs-White reportedly happy to stay
This is an encouraging claim regarding Gibbs-White and his future.
Gibbs-White has really matured in the last year, and developed his game immensely. He could bring some brilliant qualities to the team in 2022/23. Specifically his ability to score goals as a midfielder, and make assists.
Of course, things in football are never completely straightforward – especially during the transfer window.
Clubs could still potentially come in for Gibbs-White and test Wanderers’ resolve.
But at least with it now being known Gibbs-White is happy to stay, Wolves can use that to demand an absolutely massive fee if clubs are still keen.