Birmingham news Wolves' Gibbs-White 'absolutely gutted' after learning injury news MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Wolverhampton Wanderers star Morgan Gibbs-White has reacted to confirmation that he faces a spell on the sidelines at loan club Swansea City
Breaking News ! Morgan Gibbs-White's superb start to life in the Championship has been disrupted by a cruel injury blow. The Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder has been ripping it up on loan at Swansea City during the opening weeks of the season. He scored the winner on his league debut for Swansea against Preston North End in September and has also managed one assist in his five starts to date. Gibbs-White's creative talents have been lauded by those in south Wales with the midfielder enjoying a new lease of life under Steve Cooper. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now But the 20-year-old now faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines with a foot injury. "He's out for three months," said Swansea boss Cooper. "Unfortunately he's got a stress fracture in his foot.
. He was doing so well for us. We brought him here because we thought he was going to be an important part of the team, but these things happen and we have to work hard with him to try and get him fit." Gibbs-White is experiencing his first loan move away from Wolves, where he's made 70 first team appearances since making his senior debut at the age of 16.
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He was regularly included in squads during Nuno Espirito Santo's first three seasons in charge but saw his chances to impress, particularly in the Premier League, become limited last term. Nuno will be hoping his Wolves starlet will be able to rediscover his newfound confidence and form quickly once he returns for Swansea. Commenting after news of his injury was confirmed, Gibbs-White said: "Absolutely gutted to be out after a good start to the season but I will be back stronger and ready to compete."
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