Football journalist Duncan Castles has been sharing some details on Wolves winger Pedro Neto and a potential exit from the Midlands club during the upcoming summer transfer window.
This comes after Castles recently co-hosted a recent episode of The Transfer Window Podcast where he discussed a range of transfer-related subjects concerning numerous football clubs across Europe.
He said: “I’m told that they haven’t made a decision on numbers yet, that the owners, although they’re open to selling if the money is right, they want to wait until the end of the Premier League season to put a price on the player.
“I think also wait and see how this summer’s market evolves, how much money there’s going to be available for players and how much they could get for a player of Neto’s quality, which clubs exactly are going to be prepared to make bids.”
Neto signed to Wolves during the 2019 summer transfer window from Serie A side Lazio in a deal worth a reported fee of £16.11 million.
Since joining up with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, the 21-year-old, who is currently valued at £31.5 million, has made 77 appearances for Wolves across all competitions in which he has scored 10 goals and provided nine assists for his teammates (per Transfermarkt).
TIF Thoughts on Duncan Castles’ comments on Neto and a potential move away from Wolves in the summer transfer window…
Given how Conor Coady is the only outfield player to have played more minutes than Neto for Wolves in the Premier League so far this season, this just goes to show how important the winger has been for Espirito Santo as well as his impressive goals and assists record in this campaign.
Are you confident Neto will be a Wolves player next season?
In our view, unless an offer comes along that is too good to refuse and Neto is open to leaving the club this summer, then Wolves should try their hardest to keep hold of the winger for as long as possible.