West Ham United are interested in signing Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White, it has been reported by the Daily Mail.
Capped three times by England Under-21s, Gibbs-White has made 70 senior appearances for Wolves.
The 20-year-old has seen his action limited in recent months, however, with Wolves seemingly outgrowing the youngster somewhat as they pushed for Champions League this season, with Portuguese duo Ruben Neves and João Moutinho playing the bulk of matches at the heart of the midfield.
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Gibbs-White, who joined the club when he was just eight years old, played just 16 times in all competitions through 2019/20, leading to the thought that he may seek first-team opportunities elsewhere and the Hammers have expressed an interest and it makes sense as they are in need of midfielders.
David Moyes has recently added Tomáš Souček to his squad on a permanent basis, but given the advanced years of captain Mark Noble and the potential departure of Declan Rice, the Scottish manager may look to add Gibbs-White this summer.
Once heralded as one of the hottest prospects around, Gibbs-White certainly could have a bright future at the highest level if he can find a place to shine once more. Unfortunately for Wolves fans, that place could be away from Molineux.