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Manchester united to add Ruben Neves to list of summer transfer targets

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Manchester United have added Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves to their list of summer transfer targets, and it’s likely he’ll be allowed to leave Molineux in Summer.

 

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The red devils have mostly prioritised other positions and are getting ready for the upcoming transfer window, with their most interest in a centre-back, striker and winger, but central midfield is still a need in the overall squad rebuild and pursuing Neves could be a good approach.

 

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Wolves are getting ready themselves to sell the Portugal international, along with alot of their other big names.
However, Mendes was largely responsible for bringing together most of Wolves’ current squad, using his knowledge and contacts in the Portuguese market to bring in a host of young talents in recent years.

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Aside Neves, who was Porto captain at 18 before joining Wolves, and also the likes of Joao Moutinho, Rui Patricio, Nelson Semedo, Raul Jimenez, Daniel Podence and Pedro Neto.

 

Ruben Neves is valued in excess of £30m and Wolves will sell if that valuation is met. As for Neves, United would not be the only club interested in him as Mendes has contacts all over Europe and there will not be a top side unaware of his availability.

 

Ruben Neves was involved in Wolves promotion from the Championship, and has now developed into one of the Premier League’s highly rated central midfielders and could be the man to partner Declan Rice at Old Trafford in the future.

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