AC Milan have “lodged a tentative inquiry” for Sheffield United forward Morgan Gibbs-White, according to The Athletic.
The Wolves loanee will leave the Blades when his deal expires at the end of this month, but there was some talk that the 22-year-old could sign for the club on a permanent basis.
Gibbs-White has been a key player for manager Paul Heckingbottom, with his 11 league goals and nine assists helping United to the playoff semi-finals.
A miss from 12 yards in the penalty shootout against Nottingham Forest won’t tarnish his spell at Bramall Lane, as he has been one of the team’s most consistent performers.
However, keeping Gibbs-White for another season seems like a forlorn hope. Not only is there interest from Milan but The Athletic claim that Wolves will only sell the England Under 21 international this summer for an “eight-figure fee”, with a sizeable sell-on clause included as part of the deal.