Manchester City have looked dominant so far this season as they continue to work towards securing the Premier League title for a second successive season.
The Citizens spent big on one player during the summer transfer window and they won’t be afraid to do the same again in January as they eye European and domestic glory. Indeed, it appears as if Pep Guardiola is eyeing up potential moves, as according to Sun Sport, Guardiola is pondering a £60 million January bid for Ruben Neves.
Ruben Neves has become a potential £60 million January target for Manchester City.
The Etihad chief has admitted he would look at spending big again in the next window if the right man was available.
Pep Guardiola wants someone who can do the holding job and Neves has impressed when he has filled the role.
Importantly, the prospect of playing under Guardiola would hugely appeal to the player, and he is certainly on the “watch list” of City’s January targets.
So, it looks as if Manchester City have been taking a look at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Ruben Neves and could make a move for him in the summer transfer window.
The Portuguese international has been Wolves’ shining light since he arrived from Porto, and he managed to score on his Premier League debut against Everton.
Pep Guardiola is looking for a holding midfielder do produce consistently good performances in the side, and Ruben Neves is the perfect man for the job.