Manchester United to make final transfer move for Premier League star

Manchester United to make final transfer move for Premier League star

Manchester United are reportedly set on making their final move on Ruben Neves, according to reports.

Man United are obviously going to splash the cash in the summer in a bid to advance Erik ten Hag’s chances of catching up with the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.

Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic and Jesse Lingard are among some of the first team players that would leave the club in the summer.

And The Red Devils are DEFINITELY going to sign at least one central midfielder to replace the Frenchman, who is reportedly close to joining Juventus as a free agent.

The likes of Declan Rice, Frenkie de Jong and N’golo Kante have all been linked with moves to Old Trafford this summer.

Rice’s transfer fee would obviously put Manchester United out of the race, Barcelona are demanding €80million for De Jong, who recently declined a move to United because he wants to play in the Champions League next season.

Ruben Neves of Wolves has also been a transfer target for Manchester United, thanks to his versatility.

Manchester United to make final transfer move for Premier League star
Manchester United to make final transfer move for Premier League star

And according to The Sun, Man United are set on making their final push to convince the Portuguese midfielder to dump The Wanderers for United this summer.

United had reportedly made an attempt to sign the midfielder in January but Wolves blocked every vent that would lead the 25-year-old out of Molinuex Stadium midway through the season.

Wolves would reportedly demand a transfer fee around about £50million from Manchester United or any potential suitors.

Neves’ current deal with Wolves runs out in 2024 and the same report claims Erik ten Hag is a huge fan of the Portugal international.

Speaking of his future, Neves said early this week: “All of us have dreams and we need to live those dreams in a small space of time. Let’s see what happens, I cannot say too much about it.

“This club means a lot. It means everything to me and my family. My kids grew up in Wolverhampton.”