As Tottenham and Arsenal prepare a summer raid for the star attacker, Wolves have set a price for Pedro Neto.


With player sales earning more than £100 million for Wolves this season, the team is in a great position.

Pedro Neto, an Arsenal target, is valued at over £60 million; Wolves are willing to pay a club record for the 23-year-old striker.

With his two incredible performances against Chelsea and Manchester United this month, Neto is drawing interest from major Premier League clubs.

Among his admirers are Tottenham and Liverpool.

In return for Matheus Nunes, Wolves will ask substantially more money than they got from Manchester City in the summer of last year.

This season, the Molineux club has profited well over £100 million from player trades, placing them in a solid position with regard to Premier League profit and sustainability regulations.

In the summer, Neto’s contract will still be in effect for another three years.

With three goals and eight assists in his 18 games in all competitions this season, the Portugal international is back to his best.

After a serious knee injury that kept him out of action from April 2021 to February 2022, he has subsequently recovered from two minor setbacks to his ankle and hamstring.

Neto may spark a bidding war since he is prepared to advance to an elite club.

Despite Arsenal crushing West Ham 6-0 on the road last weekend, Mikel Arteta has long been a Neto fan, and Arsenal is set to buy at least one forward this summer.

Although they have a better goal differential now, title contenders Manchester City and Liverpool have still scored more goals than them.

Their chances of winning the Premier League for the first time since 2004 were earlier undermined by a stretch of less than one goal per game between December 6 and January 7.

Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Spurs, is also a fan of Neto and plans to sign another forward in the summer.

Any new player must be able to play the fast-paced game that Postecoglou demands in the summer.

However, a Spurs move for Neto might be contingent on them exercising their £15 million option to purchase Timo Werner under the terms of their loan arrangement with RB Leipzig.


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