Nottingham Forest agree £35m fee with Wolves for Morgan Gibbs-White | Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest has finally agreed a club record deal to sign Morgan Gibbs-White from Wolves. The wing player costs £ 35 million plus add-ons and signs a five-year deal in the city after undergoing a medical on Thursday. Wolves have previously rejected a number of bids for the winger, but have accepted the last offer.

Gibbs-White has been the most important attacking target of Steve Cooper throughout the summer and the forest manager will be relieved to get a player with whom he previously worked at Swansea and at the youth teams of England.

The 22-year-old was impressed by the championship last season on loan at Sheffield United, although he happened to take the penalty, saved by Brice Samba, that meant that Forest reached the play-off final.

Despite the first two games of the season of his starting Wolves, they have allowed the attacker to leave for Forest because of his desire to work under Cooper again and to become the 16th signing of the club since promotion. It is the second time that the club has broken its transfer record this summer, previously paid £ 17.5 million to sign Taiwo Awoniyi from Union Berlin.

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The arrival of Gibbs-White means that Bos does not pursue a deal for Brighton’s Neal Maupay, despite the fact that he made an offer for the rush last week.

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