Ex-Sheffield United star linked with Arsenal, West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur available for 'upwards of £50m'

Clubs keen on former Sheffield United playmaker Morgan Gibbs-White will reportedly have to pay upwards of £50m in the summer.

The 24-year-old was a firm favourite among Blades fans during the 2021/22 campaign, when he was on loan at Sheffield United from Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Following the conclusion of his loan spell, he joined Nottingham Forest on a permanent basis and has since flourished in the Premier League. In recent weeks, speculation regarding a potential summer move has been rife.

Morgan Gibbs-White was a hit on loan at Sheffield United. Image: George Wood/Getty ImagesMorgan Gibbs-White was a hit on loan at Sheffield United. Image: George Wood/Getty Images
Morgan Gibbs-White was a hit on loan at Sheffield United. Image: George Wood/Getty Images
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Arsenal have been linked with a swoop, as have Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United and West Ham United. A move will appear more likely if Forest drop out of the top flight, which remains a possibility.

According to Football Insider, clubs keen on Gibbs-White will have to stump up over £50m to secure his services. Forest are said to be keen to pocket more than the reported £48m paid by Tottenham for Brennan Johnson last year.

Forest were recently slapped with a four-point deduction for breaching financial rules and may be tempted to cash in on assets if they make a return to the Championship at the end of the season.

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