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Wolverhampton boss states they’re moving into 2022-23 with Tottenham target on its squad
By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur will look to improve their midfield, and one of the targets linked to the north London club is Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Ruben Neves

Neves is under contract until 2024, but after five years with Wolves, it seems as though the 25-year-old wants a new challenge. He could be keen on a club playing in UEFA Champions League football to help secure his spot on the Portugal national team at the FIFA World Cup later this year. 

Despite the rumors, Wolves manager Bruno Lage insists they are heading into next season with Neves being part of their squad.

“It is so hard to find players like this; Ruben is one of them. He has worked hard since the first day. We know how the market is, and when these kind of players are in a good way, some teams can appear and pay,” Lage said, per Sky Sports.  

“The club have lost players before, but last year it was the same, everyone talked about Ruben, and nothing appeared. I want the best for Ruben, and I want the best for the club. If Ruben stays, I will be very happy.”

Although Wolves are keen on hoping to keep Neves could not want to be part of the squad. Furthermore, it seems as though the midfielder has left his mark on the club, helping them reach promotion to the Premier League in 2018.

As a result, if he’s set on leaving, then the club might abide by doing so this summer. 

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CzechSpur
CzechSpur
1 month ago

Just read some players including Hugo came down with a stomach bug pre-Burnley in what could have been Lasagna-gate II.

The lads should watch what they’re eating ahead of Norwich.

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
1 month ago

We can’t afford players like him Wolfs would want upwards of £50m.
We can get an Italian or Portuguese prospect for half that plus make sure we find a Jarrod Bowen type prospect as well.

Don’t forget this is not Harry or Pooch if a player is put before Tony and he doesn’t approve he will tell them. No more punts (this is a statement not a plea).

JOHN A DAVIES
JOHN A DAVIES
1 month ago

£50m you having a larf, even Bruno said he’s worth £100m, last season Man City said they wouldn’t pay the £130m quoted, a lot of this price speculation is media talk, if greasy grealish is worth £100m then Neves must be worth the same if not more, having said that our owners are only in it for profit so who knows!

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