Wolves are resigned to losing Ruben Neves with Manchester United among the clubs interested
Wolverhampton Wanderers are resigned to losing midfielder Ruben Neves in the summer, with Manchester United among the several clubs interested (Mirror).
As a result, Wolves would have no choice but to accept an offer for the Portugal international, rather than let him go for free in 2024. He is rated around £50m at the moment. The West Midlands side would prefer to sell the player to a foreign club.
Apart from Manchester United, Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid are in the race to sign the 26-year-old. Barca are on the verge of saying goodbye to Sergio Busquets, hence there is a midfield slot available.
Liverpool have a midfield reshuffle coming in the summer, while Madrid could look to refresh their options in that department.
Talking about Neves, he is an all-action midfielder who can play in multiple positions. He is comfortable playing in a double-pivot, in a three-man midfield or as a solo defensive midfielder.
The former Porto player possesses an excellent range of passing, works hard off the ball, is a leader on the field and is a combustive character who likes to get stuck in duels against opposition midfielders.
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United could do with a player like him in the team next season. His quality and aggression are a mix that not many midfielders in the current Red Devils’ squad have.