Wolves reject third bid for Gibbs White
Wolves have rejected a third bid for Morgan Gibbs White from Nottingham Forest according to Liam Keen.
The club are staying strong on their stance and they are adamant that the player is not for sale.
He is set to play a big part for Wolves this season and although Wolves are adamant he is not for sale, it’s understood a bid of over £30m upfront may force them to sell.
Sky Sports News have reported that Forest’s third bid was £25m up front with £10m in further potential add-ons.
Disappointingly, The Athletic have reported that Gibbs White is refusing to discuss a new contract with Wolves.
West Ham United join the race for Conor Coady
West Ham are reportedly said to be interested in Wolves captain Conor Coady according to TalkSPORT.
As posted yesterday, Wolves are willing to let Conor Coady leave the club this summer, with Everton showing firm interest.
No official bids have been made for Coady but it’s understood the player is open to a move.
Wolves lead the race for Batshuayi
Wolves have ‘moved fast’ and are now reportedly in direct talks with Chelsea regarding Michy Batshuayi according to Ben Jacobs.
Everton were interested in a permanent deal but are yet to make a move and Leeds are also said to be monitoring the situation.
As posted yesterday, Wolves are reportedly in advanced talks to sign Batshuayi as the club look desperate to bring in a centre forward.
Patrick Cutrone gaining interest from Italy
Serie B club Parma are the latest club to enquire about Wolves striker Patrick Cutrone according to Sport Witness.
The Italian is not in Bruno Lage’s plans and did not travel with the rest of the squad on pre season tours of Spain and Portugal.
Cutrone has one year left on his deal.