“Liverpool is my best club” – Watch Liverpool sent emphatic Ruben Neves Transfer message by Wolves boss Bruno Lage as The super star makes final transfer decision ahead of deadline
Liverpool are looking for another Exciting and creative midfielder in the closing days of the transfer window and have been sent a warning following their reported interest in Wolves star Ruben Neves
Ruben Neves is still “committed” to Wolverhampton Wanderers, despite Liverpool’s pursuit of the playmaker ahead of Thursday’s transfer deadline. Neves appears highly likely to stay with the club.
Due to an ever-growing injury list, Jurgen Klopp has already stated that the Merseysiders are looking to add a midfielder before the transfer season shuts.
Because of injuries they sustained in the first few weeks of the season, Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita, Curtis Jones, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are all forced to play on the sidelines.
Liverpool has shortlisted many players, including Frenkie de Jong of Barcelona, Konrad Laimer of RB Leipzig, and Ruben Neves of Wolves.
The Portuguese player has, of course, frequently been connected with leaving his present club, with Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal all at one point mentioned as fans of the former Porto player.
However, current manager Bruno Lage has urged Klopp against making a move for the midfielder.
Speaking after his team’s 1-1 tie with Newcastle United, in which Neves’ amazing long-range effort gave his team the lead, he said:
“I can confirm I’m 99 per cent sure Ruben Neves will stay at Wolverhampton this summer. He’s happy here and committed.”
It is uncertain whether Liverpool will be successful in acquiring Neves in the last days of the transfer season.
The 25-year-old still has two years left on his Molineux contract, and Wolves is anticipated to demand a high price for one of its best players.
He looked to send an emotional farewell to the Midlands club after their final game of the 2021–2022 season, which raised expectations that he would depart Wolves this summer.
Four games into the new season, the midfielder has acknowledged that he did not expect still being a member of the Wolves team.
He said: “Let’s see what happens. I try to focus 100 per cent on my football and I had a good start to the season but we need results now.
“If you ask me at the end of last season I would have said to you, ‘I will leave’ but I’m still here, so we never know what’s going to happen.”
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