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Wolves endured a turbulent deadline the day after pushing a midfielder through before two late approaches failed, per. More reports.
Bruno Lages page missing another point in the new Premier League campaign. Despite a number of encouraging displays, they are also still looking for their first goal.
A busy deadline day was expected and the club announced that versatile midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White has come to Sheffield United on loan for the rest of the season. Before departure, Gibbs-White eextended its Molineux agreement until 2024.
The 21-year-old, who has made two substitute appearances in the Premier League this season and scored in Wanderers’ EFL Cup victory at Nottingham Forest last week, will be the third new signing made by new Blades boss Slavisa Jokanovic.
Gibbs-White has experience with the championship after a loan spell last season at Swansea, as well as winning the title with the Wolves in 2018.
He told the club’s website: “I’m happy to be at the door, everyone signed up and ready to go. Getting here is a great opportunity to get playing time and help the Blades return to the ways.
“I have seen the club, the style of play fascinated me and I am here to get involved. I look forward to playing for the new manager, his reputation and record speaks for itself at this level. ”
Morgan Gibbs -White has signed a new contract until 2024 – and will spend the rest of the 2021/22 season on loan at. @SheffieldUnited.
Have a good season, @ Morgangibbs27!
– Wolves (@Wolves) August 31, 2021
Gibbs-White has played over 80 senior appearances for the Wolves, 46 of whom have been in the Premier League.
He joins Ben Davies and Conor Hourihane as newcomers to Bramall Lane this summer.
Wolves had hoped that Gibbs-White’s exit would be offset by two arrivals. However, Sky Sports reported both agreements had failed to materialize.
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Wolves have reportedly opened talks with Cardiff City striker Kieffer Moore and Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara.
Moore, 29, wanted to join new attacker Hwang Hee-chan in providing much-needed backup to Raul Jimenez. Moore has been a solid man with the Welsh national side over the last three years, scoring 20 goals for the Bluebirds last season.
However, Sky claimed Cardiff held out for a £ 12million bid that Wolves were unwilling to match.
In addition, they ended their efforts to sign on holding midfielder Kamara from Marseille. The 21-year-old has been a regular on France’s U-21 team for the past two seasons.
Marseille also held out for a fee of around £ 12m, and again Wolves considered that figure too high as he is in the last 12 months of his contract. Kamara was also a target for Newcastle, pr. the athlete.
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