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Manchester United receive boost in Pedro Neto race as Wolves take transfer stance

Manchester United have received a transfer boost thanks to the transfer stance taken by Wolves regarding Pedro Neto.
Manchester United have received a transfer boost thanks to the transfer stance taken by Wolves regarding Pedro Neto. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

Manchester United have received a transfer boost thanks to the transfer stance taken by Wolves regarding Pedro Neto

As reported by The Sun (h/t Manchester Evening News), Manchester United have gained a transfer boost as Wolves are now open to the possibility of selling their 23-year-old winger, Pedro Neto.

The Portuguese star has been highly impressive for the Premier League side this season and has garnered interest from both the Red Devils and Arsenal. In 18 appearances, Neto has recorded three goals and 10 assists for his team.

He even scored a goal against the Old Trafford squad when the two teams recently faced off in a seven-goal Premier League thriller. Manchester United rates the player very highly and the Wolves’ stance on Neto could open the door for a deal.

Wolves wouldn’t sell Neto if it wasn’t for the fear of violating FFP regulations breathing down their necks. They need to generate some money and selling the 23-year-old is their best option.

However, this just means that Manchester United will have to pay a big sum to sign the Portuguese winger. To make matters worse he also has three years left on his contract which makes the deal even more expensive for United.

Manchester United have received a transfer boost thanks to the transfer stance taken by Wolves regarding Pedro Neto.
Manchester United were also linked to Pedro Neto in January. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

But Sir Jim Ratcliffe is already looking forward to breaking the bank this summer. If by doing so they can sign an exciting prospect like Neto the money will be well spent.

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However, to make the deal seem exciting to Neto, Manchester United will need to do all they can to qualify for UCL next season.

Written by Sameer Khan

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