Wolves can’t retain Neves if clubs will pay 100 million pounds to sign him: Lage | Football News – Times of India


Wolverhampton Wanderers will do the whole lot to retain midfielder Ruben Neves however will be unable to face in the best way of golf equipment keen to pay over 100 million kilos ($131 million) for him, supervisor Bruno Lage stated on Thursday.
Neves, who was instrumental in Wolves‘ promotion to the highest flight and been their midfield lynchpin for 5 years, has been linked with a transfer to Manchester United by British media.
The 25-year-old Portugal worldwide has over two years left to run on his Wolves contract, and would command a excessive price ticket within the switch market.
“I do not know if it is United or different groups, what I do know is we’ve got a particular participant right here with us. What he is doing this season is excellent,” Lage instructed reporters forward of Friday’s league journey to Newcastle United.
“I feel additionally the best way we play, he can present a greater Ruben. The best way he performs places our workforce on a unique stage. When you’ve that participant, the most effective factor to do is enhance his wage and years of contract.
“However who is aware of, when you’ve a high participant like him in that particular place, that may defend and assault, is a high skilled and an ideal man, huge groups are there with 100 million kilos to purchase these sorts of gamers.”
Lage defined how he felt helpless throughout his time at Benfica when Atletico Madrid purchased ahead Joao Felix for greater than 120 million euros ($131 million) in 2019.
“It is determined by the technique of Wolves additionally, that is why it was so onerous to seek out gamers within the final two switch home windows,” Lage added.
“We need to discover the most effective gamers on the proper value and the best age to assist us, then after two or three years they may give us economical revenue.
“It isn’t nearly Wolves. In lately, which membership can refuse a proposal of 80, 90 or 100 million kilos? 5 – 6.”


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