Wolves broadcast news: Pedro Neto sales considered

Exclusive – Wolves are considering whether to sell shooting star Pedro Neto, with a number of top clubs from across Europe asking about his availability.

Neto is one of Wolves’ bigger names that the club does not actively listen to offers for, with Ruben Neves and Adama Traore both betting on moves and Rui Patricio recently joining Roma.

The Portuguese international has been a great success at Molineux since he arrived in 2019 from Braga and established himself as one of the Premier League’s most promising wingers.

90 minutes can reveal that Wolves have been flooded with interest in Neto, with Liverpool, Juventus and Spurs among the clubs that have made inquiries.

Wolves owners are open to letting any of their star players leave, even if they would not consider selling Neto unless a major offer came in.

Neto had a hand in Wolves’ latest loan signing of Francisco Trincao from Barcelona and recommended him to switch to Molineux. The duo are good friends and those close to Neto do not think he will resign this summer due to his role in the recruitment of Trincao.

Neto is good friends with the new Wolves wing Trincao / Visionhaus / Getty Images

Wolves seem to be entering a summer of transition, with Bruno Lage replacing Nuno Espirito Santo as head coach. The club have completed deals for Colombian defender Yerson Mosquera, former loanee Rayan Ait-Nouri and goalkeeper Jose Sa, while star striker Raul Jimenez has returned to pre-season action after breaking his skull against Arsenal in November 2020.

As mentioned, Neves and Traore are two big names who could leave Molineux this summer, and 90 Minutes recently reported that Leeds are interested in the latter. The whites had discussed a loan deal for Traore as early as January, but no agreement could be reached.

However, Neves is attracting interest from Manchester United and Arsenal.

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