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Manchester United Eye Massive Move for Wolves’ Star After Impressing in Win at Old Trafford
- Ruben Neves who plays for Wolves could be on his way to Manchester United in the January transfer window
- His brilliant show recently at Old Trafford is said to have caught the attention of Manchester United chiefs
- Neves has two more years left on his contract at Wolves and Manchester United chiefs are ready to meet the clause
Manchester United are reportedly interested in the signing of Wolves and Portuguese midfielder Rúben Neves following his impressive show in helping his side record win at Old Trafford.
Despite having two years left on his current contract at Wolves, Manchester United chiefs are said to be ready to offer a convincing bid that will help them get his signature.
Before Ole Solskjaer was fired at Manchester United, the Norwegian was said to be a fan of Ruben Neves and was ready to make a move for him.
Is Wolves ready to sell Ruben?
Wolves are believed to only be listening to offers upwards of £40m for their star man who has also drawn interest from Arsenal in the past.
What is Man United and Wolves' position on the table?
Manchester United are currently occupying seventh position on the Premier League table while Wolves sit 9th after 19 games played so far.
Tension at Old Trafford as Jesse Lingard and 10 other big players ready to leave Man United
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Jesse Lingard, Eric Bailly and Dean Henderson are reportedly among the 11 players who are seeking to leave Manchester United this year as Ralf Rangnick faces unrest in dressing room.
Due to poor performance this season in the Premier League, Ole Solskjaer was sacked at Old Trafford and Ralf Rangnick was appointed as replacement on interim capacity until end of the term.
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But Ralf Rangnick has also not been having things rosy so far this season at Manchester United and recently tasted his first defeat in charge which occurred at Old Trafford.
Jesse Lingard, Donny van de Beek, Eric Bailly and Dean Henderson are tired of being overlooked at Manchester United and feel leaving is best option.