Wolves are reportedly ready to cash in on Ryan Giles this summer.
TEAMtalk have reported that Wanderers are prepared to sell the 23-year-old in the next window, with Middlesbrough and others keen to sign him.
Giles has enjoyed another excellent campaign away from Molineux on loan.
This term he has been with Boro, and started every Championship game bar one against Rotherham United at the end of last month.
Giles was good in the early parts of the season.
But he started to absolutely flourish when Michael Carrick came in as manager.
And Carrick has been very taken by Giles and has said publicly that he would like to snap him up permanently. He branded Giles ‘magnificent’ a couple of months ago.
Giles’ future has been the subject of speculation in recent months.
The player is 23 now and really, Wolves need to be taking a definitive decision on him in the summer.
Either he stays with the first-team, or he is sold on, because it’s likely his stock won’t ever be higher than it is currently.
TEAMtalk say Wolves will sell for the right price. But there is no word on a valuation.
But this comes as no real surprise now because of the claims Wolves have some concerns over FFP. The club spent a lot of money this season and apparently they must now balance the books.
Selling players will be required, so Giles might just be one they look to offload.
Ryan Giles sale feels inevitable for Wolves after claims about FFP
People have been wondering what will happen with Giles this summer after such a good campaign with Boro.
Julen Lopetegui might have wanted to take a look at him in pre-season training.
But this situation with FFP might mean Wolves have little choice but to sell Giles on.
His stock is high right now.
Potentially, he could fetch the club over £10 million. It’s been reported that he has interest from some Premier League clubs as well as Boro.
If Wolves are going to sell, then hopefully they can squeeze as much as possible out of his sale.