Wolves boss Bruno Lage confirms club has rejected a third offer from Nottingham Forest for star midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White
- Morgan Gibbs-White scored 11 goals in 35 league games last season
- He won the U17 World Cup under the management of Forest boss Steve Cooper
- The Tricky Trees have already had a busy summer, spending over £85 million
Wolves boss Bruno Lage has confirmed the club has rejected another bid for Morgan Gibbs-White from Nottingham Forest.
Newly-promoted Forest have been reported to have made a third offer worth up to £35million for Gibbs-White, but Lage insists the winger is key to his plans.
Lage said: ‘We rejected because he’s an important player for me, my dynamic and the future. He feels important, he is happy.
Morgan Gibbs-White scored 11 goals in 35 Premier League games for Wolves last season
‘When you have this connection between manager and player, everything is good. He is fit and motivated.’
Gibbs-White is highly rated by Forest boss Steve Cooper after they worked together in England’s U17 World Cup win.
Whether Forest make any more signings or not, it will still be a new look-side that travels to Newcastle on Saturday after the club has splurged £85m this summer.
Wolves, meanwhile, launch their Premier League campaign at Leeds on Saturday.
Steve Cooper has already spent big this summer as he looks to keep Forest in the top tier
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