Newcastle United Eye £60 Million Move for Wolves’ Pedro Neto

Newcastle United is reportedly eyeing a substantial £60 million move for Wolverhampton Wanderers’ star winger Pedro Neto, joining the fray alongside Premier League giants Arsenal and Liverpool.

Wolves have placed a hefty price tag of £60 million on the Portuguese talent, with Magpies boss Eddie Howe expressing admiration for Neto’s skill, pace, and work ethic. The 23-year-old’s potential transfer has captured the attention of both Arsenal and Liverpool, as Newcastle aims to bolster its attacking options by potentially replacing right winger Miguel Almiron.

Amidst Wolves’ concerns about profit and sustainability regulations, marked by significant sales last summer, including Matheus Nunes to Manchester City and Ruben Neves to Al-Hilal, Neto’s departure remains a possibility as the club navigates financial challenges.

Under the guidance of manager Gary O’Neil, Wolves have defied relegation predictions, currently sitting comfortably in 10th place in the Premier League and advancing to the FA Cup quarter-finals. Neto, despite battling injuries in recent years, has been instrumental to Wolves’ success this season, contributing two goals and nine assists.

As speculation surrounding Neto’s future intensifies leading up to the summer transfer window, Wolves remain focused on their upcoming clash against Fulham in the Premier League. The outcome of this potential transfer saga will undoubtedly shape the landscape of the Premier League ahead of the next campaign.

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