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A report suggests that Wolves may have found Pedro Neto's long-term replacement.


Pedro Neto’s recent decision has sparked significant interest in the football world. According to an exclusive report from FootballTransfers, the Portuguese winger has notified Wolves of his plan to stay with the club until summer despite attracting attention from notable clubs like Man City and Liverpool. However, post this season, he anticipates leaving to explore new opportunities, with Arsenal emerging as the most active contender seeking cover for Bukayo Sako.

As Wolves brace themselves for Neto’s impending departure, they’re actively pursuing a potential successor. Portuguese media reports suggest that Wolves are nearing a deal to secure Rodrigo Gomes from Braga as a long-term replacement for Neto. Gomes, a 20-year-old right-winger similar to Neto, has garnered attention during his loan stint at Estoril, showcasing impressive statistics with four goals and six assists in 16 top-flight matches.

While discussions progress positively between Wolves and Braga, there’s a cautious sentiment regarding this potential move. Although Gomes shows promise, relying on a relatively inexperienced player to fill Neto’s shoes might be viewed as a risky move by Wolves. This is especially true given Neto’s outstanding performance in the Premier League, where he held a prominent position in the assist charts for months, narrowly overtaken by Ollie Watkins recently. Andrade’s insights suggest that acquiring Gomes might cost Wolves €12 million, indicating a considerable investment for a player with limited experience at this level of competition.

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