Manchester United lead to Ruben Neves’ signature this summer

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According to TalkSport, Manchester United have reportedly taken the lead in the race for Ruben Neves, despite interest from both Arsenal and Tottenham in the midfielder. The Wolverhampton Wanderers star signed for Molineux in 2017 and has made over 150 appearances since.

With Nuno Espirito Santo leaving the club at the end of the 2020/21 season, many expected a good number of Wolverhampton Wanderers players to follow the boss out the door. However, that has not yet happened with the likes of Joao Moutinho, Pedro Neto and Daniel Podence still at the club. But with Arsenal and Tottenham strongly linked with a move to Ruben Neves, many expect the midfielder to leave this summer.

The two sides in North London believe Neves is what they need to take them to the next level, with the Midlands outfit valuing the 24-year-old at £35million. However, TalkSport has reported that Manchester United have taken the lead in the race for Neves with a price tag that is reportedly too good for the club to turn down. Coupled with the potential departure of Paul Pogba this summer, the report has shown United believe Neves could make up for the damage caused as a result.

In addition, the Red Devils are looking for a new defensive midfielder and while their main target is Eduardo Camavinga, the report adds that Neves is a good second choice. However, both Arsenal and Tottenham are also very excited about the midfielder, especially with the Gunners potentially losing Granit Xhaka to Roma this summer.

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