Morgan Gibbs-White, who is wanted by Everton and Leeds United, wants to remain and compete for a spot at Molineux in the upcoming campaign.
Despite intense transfer interest this summer, Gibbs-White reportedly wants to stay at Wolves, according to The Guardian.
The Englishman, who spent the previous season on loan at Sheffield United, has drawn attention from both Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest in the summer market.
However, earlier this month, it was said that Everton believed Gibbs-White wanted to join them and were confident in closing the deal.
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Gibbs-White wants the Wolves stay
According to the article, Wolves sought more than £25 million for the midfielder this summer, but it appears they won’t be making a profit anymore.
Gibbs-White used his loan in the Championship to obtain some playing experience and demonstrate his creative skills to potential employers.
Despite the fact that Bruno Lage’s 3-4-3 system does not now seem to be an apparent fit for him, he will look for opportunities at Molineux in the upcoming season.
David Edwards, a former Wolves midfielder, called Gibbs-White “amazing” in May and said, “Next season might be his breakout year.
“I believed it may have happened last year. Although he had a difficult time at Sheffield United, any Blades or Swansea supporter would tell you that he has been fantastic.
“All I want is for Wolves to witness it at Molineux. Morgan has received a lot of time and effort from Wolves; I recall working out with him when he was 15 or 16!
He is now proficient enough to compete in the Premier League. Hopefully, we’ll be able to witness that and the club will be rewarded for their efforts.