Ruben Neves has confessed that he didn’t count on to nonetheless be a Wolves participant at this level in the summertime.
The 25-year-old ended final season with a confession that he could have to go away Molineux to fulfil his dream of enjoying Champions League soccer, with no scarcity of European giants eager about signing him.
Arsenal, Barcelona and Manchester United have all tracked Neves, and 90min understands that Liverpool scouts have been impressed by the Portugal worldwide as a part of their seek for late-window reinforcements.
Wolves are eager to persuade Neves to signal a brand new contract, however in an interview with The Instances, the midfielder admitted he doesn’t but know what his future holds.
“Effectively, let’s see what occurs,” he mentioned. “I attempt to focus 100% on my soccer and I had a superb begin to the season however we’d like outcomes now. For those who ask me on the finish of final season I might have mentioned to you, ‘I’ll depart’ however I’m nonetheless right here, so we by no means know what’s going to occur.”
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Neves added: “One of many issues I miss most is the Champions League, it’s the most effective competitors on the earth to play in. So let’s attempt to obtain that.”
Wolves boss Bruno Lage has opted to maintain Neves as his captain regardless of all of the uncertainty and has revealed that Wolves are ‘engaged on‘ tying the Portugal worldwide right down to a brand new contract. His present deal has two years left to run.