Wolverhampton Wanderers will be bitterly disappointed with yesterday’s result as they lost 1-0 away from home against Brighton and Hove Albion.
The Midlands club have struggled for consistency recently after making such an impressive start to proceedings, with an unfortunate result against Brighton not helping their cause. Although, it appears as if the club are trying to secure a player agreement, as according to The Sunday People (28/10; page 50) (via HITC), Wolves have opened contract talks with Morgan Gibbs-White.
Wolves have begun contract talks with Morgan Gibbs-White as they look to keep the youngster at the club amid interest from Premier League rivals.
Indeed, the Englishman played a key part in the Midlands club’s promotion-wining campaign with impressive performances off the bench, and has already left his mark on the current season.
And, it’s thought that the new deal is set to reward the midfielder for all of his progress, despite signing a new deal back in January.
Morgan Gibbs-White has plenty of potential and has already established himself as one of the hottest prospects in English football, with a new deal being just rewards for his efforts this season.
Wolves will be desperate to secure the midfielder on another long-term deal with Premier League clubs reportedly circling, as he will inevitably play a huge part in their future.