Ruben Neves has proposed that he has “dreams to live” away from Wolverhampton Wanderers, in the midst of hypothesis of a likely takeoff throughout the mid year move window.
As of late, the midfielder has been firmly connected with a change to Barcelona, while Manchester United and other Premier League clubs are known to be admirers of the Portugal global.
With two years staying on his agreement, Wolves are not be guaranteed to constrained to head out in different directions from their greatest resource, yet the 25-year-old has recognized that this present time might be the ideal open door to remove on another test from Molineux.
As cited by The Athletic, Neves said: “Everybody knows about what’s going on with football, what our lives are about. Our professions are truly short, we want to accept the open doors we have.
“Obviously, we all have dreams and we really want to experience those fantasies in a short space of time. We should find out what occurs. I can’t cross the line about it.”
In his five years at Wolves, Neves has made an aggregate of 211 appearances, his latest trip coming on Sunday as the West Midlands outfit experienced a 3-1 loss at Liverpool in the Premier League.
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