BREAKING NEWS: Announced by renowned Italian football journalists Fabrizio Romano,” it has been confirmed that Liverpool have reportedly agreed a deal to sign a star player from Wolves, with Wolves looking to raise fund. The deal is said to be worth £60 million, and will see the player join the Reds in the summer. The player is said to be one of Wolves’ best players, and is seen as a key part of their future plans. Liverpool Agree Deal for Wolves Superstar – Bid of £60m ‘Agreed”.


Gary O’Neill’s team narrowly dodged penalties for breaching financial fair play regulations after offloading over €150 million worth of players last summer. However, they might seek to continue fundraising efforts, with Pedro Neto and Rayan Ait-Nouri among their prized assets.

As revealed by Footballwave earlier this month, Wolves have slapped a price tag of approximately €93 million on Neto, while Ait-Nouri has previously attracted interest from clubs like Liverpool and Manchester City, emerging as a standout left-back for the Midlands outfit.

If Neto is sold at the desired price, it would place the 23-year-old among the top 15 transfers in Premier League history. Nevertheless, his stellar performances this season, rebounding from two career-threatening injuries, prove his worth beyond monetary value.

Even with a €93 million fee, Neto’s transfer would rank below players like Antony, Mykhailo Mudryk, and Jadon Sancho, despite him tallying more goals and assists combined than the trio this season.

With Liverpool and Arsenal vying for Neto’s signature, the Portuguese international could significantly bolster both squads and aid in achieving their objectives.

Progress under O’Neill at Wolves:

Neto stands among the Premier League’s top assist providers this season, aiding Wolves in having the highest goal tally among bottom-half teams. Meanwhile, Ait-Nouri’s defensive contributions have helped Wolves concede fewer goals than all teams outside the top six, with only Everton conceding fewer goals.

Though Ait-Nouri hasn’t registered goals or assists this season, he ranks among the league’s top defensive players under 23, with Tottenham’s Destiny Udogie as the only defender with more successful tackles.

Both players have substantial time left on their contracts, and their departure from Molineux this summer isn’t guaranteed, given their contentment at the club. However, the lure of joining top Premier League sides could be challenging to resist, especially with the potential for lucrative bids helping Wolves avoid financial penalties.

Neto is more likely to depart, given his unique profile as a left-footed right winger, offering Arsenal an alternative for Bukayo Saka. Ait-Nouri could also upgrade Arsenal’s left-back position. Liverpool may turn to Neto if Mohamed Salah exits, given interest from Saudi Arabian clubs.

Despite Wolves’ reluctance to lose key players, their departure would bring substantial benefits to the club. However, retaining them presents a formidable challenge, having nurtured them into standout performers in the Premier League.

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