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A new alternative to Busquets? Barcelona is considering paying 50 million for the Wolverhampton star

Spanish press reports revealed the intention of the Barcelona team’s management to negotiate with Wolverhampton Club in order to sign the midfielder, Ruben Neves.

The Portuguese star continues to provide his distinguished performances in the English Premier League, but he will be an important name in the upcoming transfer market as the end of his contract approaches.

According to the newspaper “Sport”, Barcelona is monitoring Neves’ situation, as the Blaugrana are preparing to pay 50 million euros for his services

Robben’s contract expires in the summer of 2024, which means that in the next summer transfer period, only one season will remain in his contract, a pressure card that the Catalan team intends to exploit.

The report also indicated that the Wolverhampton team will not give up Nevis for less than 50 million euros, as they see that he has a suitable quality for this price

has a suitable quality for this price.

Neves Wolves 2022-23

The report indicated the Portuguese star’s desire to leave, as Neves does not intend to renew his contract with Wolves and believes that he must enter into a new experience.

At the same time, Barcelona is trying to sign a new field average that can replace Sergio Busquets, as the Spanish star is likely to leave at the end of the season.

So far, the Blaugrana name has been associated with the average Chelsea field, the Italian star Jorginho, and it seems that Nevish is in the picture.

It is worth noting that Barcelona’s next match will be next Saturday against Real Mallorca in the seventh round of the Spanish League

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