Ruben Neves has adapted quickly to the Premier League after inspiring Wolves to promotion last season.
The Portuguese midfielder is finally showing his true potential and that has not gone unnoticed at Manchester United and Manchester City .
The Premier League giants are both expected to make bids in January and now Wolves have reportedly set the price tag for their star man.
The Times claim that Wolves want £110m just 18 months after paying £14.4m to Porto for the Portugal international.
Pep Guardiola lost out to Chelsea in the running for Jorginho, while Mourinho’s midfield may need upgrading again soon, particularly if Paul Pogba continues to voice his discontent at the manner in which United play.
Wolves will be reluctant to sell given the opportunity they have to capitalise on the good work produced by Nuno, but agent Jorge Mendes may be tempted to shift his client once again.
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Manchester United star Paul Pogba has accused manager Jose Mourinho of holding them back with his negative tactics in an astonishing outpouring of frustration following Saturday’s 1-1 draw at home to promoted Wolves.
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez is hopeful owner Mike Ashley’s presence at their weekend draw with Crystal Palace — the first Magpies match he’s attended since March last year — is a sign he is either ready to resume shelved takeover talks or prepared to invest in new players.
Tottenham’s England captain Harry Kane said his performance in their weekend win at Brighton was his first this season he feels “truly happy with”. Observers have claimed Kane has looked tired and sluggish in the early-season after only taking a short post-World Cup break.