“He’s not for sale”: Nottingham Forest send bold statement amidst interest from top clubs

Nottingham Forest are unlikely to sell Morgan Gibbs-White to Tottenham Hotspur in the January transfer window.

Journalist Dean Jones, who has commented on rumors that Gibbs-White is joining Spurs, says as much.

What has been said about Morgan Gibbs-White, Tottenham Hotspur, and Nottingham Forest? Let’s examine this.

Nottingham Forest stance on Morgan Gibbs-White future

Morgan Gibbs-White, though, has been connected to a transfer to Tottenham Hotspur.On December 31, The Daily Mail said that Spurs are hoping to sign the offensive midfield player from Nottingham Forest during the January transfer window.

According to the rumor, Tottenham watched Gibbs-White play for Forest last Saturday at the City Ground against Manchester United in the Premier League. The 23-year-old, who can play on either wing, scored in Nuno’s team’s 2-1 victory.

According to journalist Dean Jones, Gibbs-White won’t be sold by Forest in the middle of the season.

I think it would be a really wonderful move if they could get Gibbs-White, because then you can see the kind of personality that you’re establishing inside the team as well as what you’re getting technically out of these players,” Jones said to GiveMeSport.

Postecoglou will place a lot of emphasis on making sure he selects players who will boost team spirit and the extent to which the team can still be improved. Gibbs-White would probably mesh well with it.

“Honestly, given the current state of affairs, I find it hard to believe that Nottingham Forest would let a player of that caliber to leave during the January transfer window. He appears to enjoy his role as a major contributor to their work. Therefore, I believe it would be difficult to pull off.

Nottingham Forest should not sell Morgan Gibbs-White in January

Morgan Gibbs-White shouldn’t be sold by Nottingham Forest during the January transfer window, in my opinion. The Reds should, in my opinion, reject any and all offers from Tottenham Hotspur.

Of course, money talks in football, but Forest could wind up in the Championship at the end of the current campaign.

Although Forest is currently just five points above the Premier League relegation zone, its chances of making it out of the Championship at the end of the season have increased thanks to consecutive victories against Manchester United and Newcastle United under head coach Nuno.

One of Forest’s best and most crucial players, Gibbs-White must be retained for the duration of the current campaign at the very least. Jermaine Jenas, a former player for the Forest and Spurs, called him “a really special talent.”

Thus far this season, the 23-year-old midfielder, formerly of Wolverhampton Wanderers, has made 18 starts and two substitute appearances for Forest in the Premier League, totaling two goals and three assists.

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