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Wolves willing to listen to offers for Morgan Gibbs-White as midfielder stalls on new contract

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Wolves willing to listen to offers for Morgan Gibbs-White as attacking midfielder blocks on new contract, with Everton and Nottingham Forest interested in £25million-rated midfielder

  • Wolves are ready to listen to £25million offers for Morgan Gibbs-White
  • The midfielder has been offered a new contract, but has yet to put pen to paper
  • Everton and Nottingham Forest are both interested in the 22-year-old
  • There are doubts about his future under current Wolves manager Bruno Lage

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Wolves will demand a total package of around £25million to sell Morgan Gibbs-White this summer, amid interest from Everton and Nottingham Forest.

Gibbs-White has two years left at Molineux and although he has been offered a new contract, he has yet to sign it.

The 22-year-old has returned to pre-season for Wolves after an excellent season on loan at Sheffield United, but faces an uncertain future under boss Bruno Lage, who was pleased to see Gibbs-White leave the club last season.

Morgan Gibbs-White could leave Wolves this transfer period if there is great interest

Morgan Gibbs-White could leave Wolves this transfer period if there is great interest

Wolves manager Bruno Lage loaned the midfielder to Sheffield United last season

Wolves manager Bruno Lage loaned the midfielder to Sheffield United last season

Wolves manager Bruno Lage loaned the midfielder to Sheffield United last season

Gibbs-White is admired by Forest boss Steve Cooper, who worked with him at Swansea and England Under-17s, while Everton sporting director Kevin Thelwell held a similar role at Wolves when academy product Gibbs-White had his breakthrough.

While Wolves would be more than happy to see Gibbs-White stay with the club and earn a chance under Lage with an impressive preseason, there is a feeling that a fee of over £20million is too good to refuse for a player who – until now – has been in no rush to put pen to paper.

There are also questions about how well he would fit into Lage’s tactical plan.

Wolves also remains open to offers for Adama Traoré, who is back at the club after a loan spell with Barcelona and entering the final year of his contract.