Premier League newcomers Nottingham Forest are inching towards agreeing a deal for a member of the first-team setup at Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to reports.
The player in question? Morgan Gibbs-White.
Versatile attacker Gibbs-White, of course, has piqued widespread attentions this summer, on the back of a stellar campaign last time out.
After sealing a loan move to the Championship with Sheffield United, the 22-year-old went on to light up England’s 2nd tier, en route to a head-turning 12 goals and 10 assists across 37 appearances.
Gibbs-White, in turn, was afforded a starting berth in Wolves’ season opener at Elland Road on Saturday.
If the latest word stemming from the media this evening is anything to go by, though, then this may prove to be the former England youth international’s final appearance in the colours of his current club.
This comes with the aforementioned Forest understood to be on the verge of meeting Wolves’ asking price.
As per The Telgraph, the transfer team at the City Ground are ready to sanction an offer in the region of £40 million for Gibbs-White over the coming days.
Such claims would certainly appear to line up with Wolves’ latest efforts on the incomings front, with the Midlands outfit widely reported to be closing on a deal for Valencia star Goncalo Guedes.