Wolves legend Steve Bull has claimed he would be worth more than current Molineux favourite Pedro Neto if he was playing in the current era.
“I’d be worth more than Neto, but I don’t know. People always ask me, how much do you think you’d be on now and what was it like when I played? I was lucky enough to be earning a fair day’s pay.
“I do think players these days are getting really overpaid for what they do but it’s not their fault, it is just the way that football has gone.
“They should grab it while they can because your career is only short.”
Would you sell Pedro Neto for £50m?
Having sold Diogo Jota to Liverpool last summer for £41m (BBC), there is a precedent set for allowing the best assets to leave.
However, if the club are going to progress and perhaps fight for European spots on a regular basis, keeping players such as Neto, who was lauded as a potential ‘superstar’ by Jamie Carragher, will be imperative.