Wolves would reportedly be willing to sell Ryan Giles if they stay up this season.
Currently, the 23-year-old is out on loan at Middlesbrough and is enjoying a really good campaign.
Giles is a regular for Boro, and has notched eight assists in 38 appearances so far.
He has really impressed playing as a wing-back, and has been key in Boro’s surge up the Championship table in recent months.
Giles was always likely to do well at the Riverside Stadium.
Prior to this season, he’d had spells with Cardiff City, Coventry City, Blackburn Rovers and Rotherham United.
He knows the Championship very well by now, and his form this season won’t shock too many.
Unsurprisingly, Middlesbrough are hoping to sign Giles permanent this summer. Michael Carrick recently hailed Giles, saying: “Obviously, right now, there’s nothing more to report on it, but Ryan has been magnificent for us. He’s obviously caused a lot of problems going forward, but he’s also improved an awful lot on his defending.”
The Northern Echo has today provided some information about Wolves’ stance on that possibility.
They say that Wolves would be willing to discuss a price for Giles, but only if they stay in the Premier League.
They say that if Wolves are relegated, it would almost certainly mean that one of Hugo Bueno or Rayan Ait-Nouri would be sold, thus making space in the squad for Giles.
It is unclear at this stage how much Wolves would demand to sell Giles.
This summer, the youngster will have two years remaining on his contract at Molineux. So the club is in a fairly good position.
Wolves stand to make good money on Ryan Giles, as report claims club could sell
There’s a great chance of Wolves staying in the Premier League.
It would be a bit of shame to see Giles go, but Wanderers have two fine young left-backs in Bueno and Ait-Nouri.
Wolves would at least be able to make good money on Giles.
He is now very experienced at Championship level. And he is absolutely superb at getting the ball into the box.
He gets a lot of assists for the position he plays and many clubs out there will likely want to benefit from that.
If Boro can’t stump up whatever Wolves want, there’s a decent chance somebody else will.