Spurs join Wolves youngster chase


Spurs are said to be interested Wolverhampton Wanderers World Cup-winner Morgan Gibbs-White according to The Sun.

The article says that Wolves cannot give Gibbs-White fresh terms until he turns 18 in January – and thus Spurs are said to be interested but the article does say Liverpool are leading the chase to sign him.

The midfielder was part of the victorious England Under-17s team crowned world champs in India last month.

His progress at Molineux has sparked interest from us and Liverpool and Arsenal are said to be also monitoring the situation with clubs expecting him to make the step up to the Premier League.
Gibbs-White’s contract expires at the end of next season, in 2019, and clubs are aware he could be tempted by a move.

He only made his debut in January against Stoke in the League Cup and has also played in the Championship.

The article adds that most of Gibbs-White’s team-mates from the victorious U17s team were based at the top clubs – and the youngster looks poised to make the step up.

He has been at Wolves since he was eight and can also play up front as well as an attacking midfielder.


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  1. What have you been smoking there is no way Morgan is going anywhere other than Wolves

    You guys forget we have one of the best Academy,s and as much if not more money than you and Liverpool so Morgan will have the necessary revised contract at the appropriate time.

    He is a well grounded young local lad and has said only last week he wishes to pursue his career with Wolves.Stick your arrogant Prem attitude where the sun don’t shine

  2. Ron Ball I am a big Wolves fan, I would not like to see him leave. Wolves don't need the money but, there is the Financial Fair Play rules to consider. Wolves have Jota, Bonatini, Boly and Vinagre on loan with options to buy, also Wolves will be looking for another striker in January. As this has come from the Sun Newspaper / Comic then at the moment we Wolves fans can take it with a pinch of salt.


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