Wolverhampton Wanderers will be disappointed that they didn’t make the most of their chances against Leicester City at the weekend, as they ended up losing 2-0 at the King Power Stadium.
The Midlands club certainly spent big during the summer transfer window and won’t be afraid to once again when the January transfer window comes around. Sadly, it looks as if they’re going to have to spend big, as according to Sun Sport, Pep Guardiola is pondering a £60 million bid for Ruben Neves in January.
Ruben Neves has become a potential £60 million January target for Manchester City.
Indeed, the Portuguese midfielder has quickly established himself as one of the hottest topics in English football, and has already shown what he can produce in the Premier League.
But, this hasn’t gone unnoticed as Manchester City had scouts at Molineux to watch him against Everton last week, as he could potentially be their new holding midfielder come January time.
Neves admitted this month that he is a huge fan of the City boss and was looking forward playing at the Etihad most of all this term.
Wolves will be desperate to hold onto their star man in the January transfer window as they look to avoid the drop and possibly push up the table.
The Portuguese international should arguably be at a bigger club and it’s not often that you get the chance to play for the Premier League champions.
So, with Pep Guardiola possibly coming in with a hefty sum of money in the January transfer window, Ruben Neves’ days at Wolverhampton Wanderers are numbered.