In the approaching transfer season, Ruben Neves is expected to be in high demand.
After the final game of the 2021/22 Premier League season, the Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder hinted that he may be on the move this summer.
Barcelona, as well as Premier League rivals Manchester United, have expressed considerable interest in signing the 25-year-old. The Catalans regard the Portuguese international as the best long-term alternative for Sergio Busquets, the club captain.
The Telegraph believes that Wolves have slapped a price tag of £70 million (€82 million) on their prized asset, making signing him a difficult challenge for Barcelona.
Neves joined the Midlands club in 2017 from FC Porto, while they were still in the English second level. He has developed into one of the Premier League’s most dependable defensive midfielders, as well as a regular fixture for Portugal.