Both Manchester United and Manchester City have an eye on this Portuguese Superstar and now they also have to face Paris Sent Germain, who reportedly are interested in signing him.
Manchester United and Manchester City have been fighting to sign Ruben Neves who has been impressive for newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers in the English Premier League this season. The young Portuguese midfielder joined Wolves last season and has, since then, been delivering dazzling performances.
The Portuguese midfielder played a crucial in helping Wolverhampton Wanderers qualify to the English Premier League. In the summer transfer window, which recently slammed shut, Ruben Neves had attracted interests from numerous clubs but decided to continue at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Ruben Neves’ current contract with Wolves would see him playing for them until 2023, but both Manchester United and Manchester City are confident they could trigger his release clause and sign him in the January transfer window. Nevertheless, PSG have entered into the fray and reports from CalcioMercato suggest that they will fight the Manchester clubs for the 21-year-old midfielder.
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Manchester United had a turbulent summer as things did not go as they might have planned. Their coach Jose Mourinho, who also hails from Portugal, wants the Red Devils sign Ruben Neves. Whereas, Manchester City and Pep Guardiola, who failed to sign many players they targetted in the summer transfer window, have made Neves their No.1 target for the January Transfer window.
While PSG already have a star-studded midfield department, signing Neves from Wolves will be a move that would have a long-term impact, given Neves is only 21 and has plenty of years left in his prime footballing career. Since he has impressed so far in the English Premier League, PSG will have no doubt that he would perform well in the Ligue One as well.
Even though Neves did not make it into the Portuguese squad that travelled to Russia, he has so far done an exceptional job. At just 21, he has already impressed everyone and will be looking to improve and develop into one of the best midfielders in the world.