Wolves are reportedly in a race with a number of different clubs in the Premier League to sign Al Musrati in the summer window.
The Lowdown: Neves out?
As per talkSPORT, Manchester United have moved ahead of Arsenal in the race to sign Ruben Neves, of whom the Midlands club are willing to sell for a fee in the region of £35m.
Should the Portugal international leave Molineux, then Bruno Lage’s team will need to find a replacement.
The Latest: Musrati eyed
A per O Jogo, the Wanderers are in a race with other teams in Europe, as well as in the English top flight, to sign Musrati.
It is ‘increasingly likely’ that he will be sold by Braga, who expect to let him go for around €15m (£12.9m), and has been touted as a potential replacement for Neves.
The Verdict: Keep Neves
While it may be difficult given the profile of sides reportedly interested in signing Neves, WWFC should be looking to keep him at all costs.
Musrati is not a bad player at all, having won 3.3 of his duels per game in Liga NOS in the 2020/21 season, as well as averaging 1.5 interceptions and tackles per match (Sofascore).
Should Wolves sign Musrati?
However, if Neves can be kept, then the Libya international would not be needed, as the Portugal starlet can offer the same combative presence in midfield but with more quality in possession too.
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