United reacts to the 'Pogba case'

He has set his sights on Ruben Neves to replace him. Wolverhampton ask for 48 million. In 2017 it cost him 17 million, now it might be time to sell him.

United-reacts-to-the-'Pogba-case'

PSG is willing to continue 'stealing' players from the best teams on the continent and Paul Pogba's seems like the recruitment that Nasser Al-Khelaifi has right now between eyebrows. Mino Raiola is already in talks with the Parisians and puts the urgency in Manchester. Although United will try to retain the French midfielder, they are already looking on the market for a possible replacement for the Frenchman. Action-reaction at Old Trafford.

According to talkSport, the Red Devils would have overtaken Arsenal in the race to seize the services of Rúben Neves, Wolverhampton's Portuguese midfielder. The Gunners seemed the best positioned to take over the Portuguese international with the departure of Granit Xhaka, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team has moved fast in the last few hours.

Ruben Neves terminates his club's contract in 2024 and has a market value of 36 million, according to BeSoccer. In 2017 he arrived in England from Porto in exchange for 17 million. The price for the player is now around 40 million euros, at least that is what Wolverhampton asks to let him go. Neves has been a fixture of the Wolves, but now the club could also get a financial return from him. With the core more or less covered with Dendoncker, Gibbs-White and Moutinho, a move could leave a significant capital gain.



Photos from as.com
Powered by Blogger.