Wolves may be obliged to sell Ruben Neves this summer in order to make room for new signings, according to writer Luke Hatfield of Football FanCast.
Neves has developed into a crucial role for Wolves after arriving from Porto in 2017.
He made almost 40 Championship appearances during their promotion season and has since established himself as a Premier League regular.
And Hatfield thinks that, although nothing is certain, Wolves may be ready to let go of Neves in order to earn revenue.
“Do Wolves need to sell in order to sign players?” According to the Express & Star correspondent. “That is the report we have received from some, that there will need to be a few sales to fund any major moves they wish to make.
“Perhaps Neves is viewed as someone who is not completely disposable but could be used to fund other endeavors. That is a possibility.”
The Athletic reports that Wolves must sell in order to bring in reinforcements.
Neves, who is valued at £40.5 million by Transfermarkt, is likely to command a high price. While he has been an integral part of this Wolves squad, there is some sense in his sale this summer.