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Wolves: Morgan Gibbs-White linked with AC Milan move

Wolves: Morgan Gibbs-White linked with AC Milan move -Wolves News

Serie A giants AC Milan are reportedly interested in signing Wolves youngster Morgan Gibbs-White this summer.

The Lowdown: Gibbs-White’s superb loan spell

The 22-year-old was loaned out to Sheffield United last summer and it proved to be a fantastic move for him, as he helped them reach the Championship playoffs.

Granted, Gibbs-White missed a decisive penalty in Tuesday’s penalty shootout defeat to Nottingham Forest, but he scored 12 goals and registered ten assists in the league in 2021/22.

The midfielder will now return to Wolves full of confidence, but it could be that his future lies elsewhere.

The Latest: Milan make contact

According to The Athletic‘s Tim Spiers, Milan have ‘lodged a tentative inquiry’ regarding the signing of Gibbs-White, although no significant progress has been made.

It is stated that Gibbs-White will want to test himself at the ‘highest level’ and that Wanderers will demand a huge fee and a ‘hefty’ sell-on clause if he does leave.

The Verdict: Potential huge blow

Gibbs-White is a special young talent – Billy Sharp called him ‘instrumental’ at Sheffield United – so the idea of Wolves losing him just when he looks to have found his stride in senior football is hugely worrying.

With Ruben Neves looking highly likely to leave this summer, the Englishman may have an opportunity to make a central midfield spot his own at Molineux, although the lure of Milan could be great.

They are on the verge of being crowned Serie A champions and will be playing in the Champions League next season – something that could appeal greatly to Gibbs-White.

In other news, a journalist has delivered a Wolves transfer update. Read more here.


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