Wolverhampton Wanderers have settled into life in the Premier League nicely as they currently sit mid table after six games.
The Midlands club have been completely redefined under Nuno Espirito since he took charge at Molineux, and it’s safe to say that the sky is the limit for them from here on in. And, to make things even better, the club are doing everything they can to keep their star man, as according to The Times, Wolves have slapped an £110 million price on Ruben Neves to ward off suitors.
Wolverhampton Wanderers value Ruben Neves in excess of Paul Pogba’s Premier League record transfer fee, due to interest from a number of Premier League sides, with a price in the region of £110 million being quoted for the Portugal international.
The Midlands club resisted a series of close-season approaches for Neves ahead of their return to the Premier League, as they improved the midfielder’s financial terms by agreeing a new five-year contract.
And, it looks as if setting a hefty price tag is their next step to keeping him at Molineux.
Ruben Neves was one of the shining lights for Wolverhampton Wanderers last season and he has settled down to life in the Premier League nicely, with the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City interested.
The Portuguese midfielder has established himself as one of the hottest topics in world football and could become one of the best in world football in the future, so it seems appropriate that Wolves have listed their asking price.
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