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Wolverhampton Wanderers’ in-demand star man Ruben Neves knows he has ‘choice of the leagues’ if he chooses to leave Molineux at the end of the season, according to transfer insider DeanJones.

Neves has been on Wolves’ books since completing a then-club record change £15.8 million in 2017, but the former Porto player’s long-term future is uncertain.

What is the latest news about Neves?

According to Spanish sourcesBarcelona are targeting Neves as a potential replacement for midfielder Sergio Busquets.

Busquets Between the last 18 months of his contract at Camp Nou at the start of the year and, with the 133 capsules The Spain international is now 33, with head coach Xavi looking for a long-term successor for his former team-mate.

It comes after the Daily Mail revealed that the La Liga giants are eager to complete a deal which would see Neves move to Catalonia at the end of the season.

The report suggests the 25-year-old is likely to leave Wolves this summer and talks have already taken place between Barcelona intermediaries and Neves.

Barcelona are not the only foreign team to follow the 26 capsules The Portuguese international as Italian media Calciomercato have claimed that Juventus are also in the hunt for Neves’ signature.

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What did Dean Jones say about Neves?

Jones understands Neves has garnered widespread interest ahead of the opening of the summer window for business.

The transfer insider believes Premier League clubs and teams across the continent are eager to entice Wolves to sell one of their prized assets.

As a result, Jones feels Neves’ future is firmly in his hands as a number of the biggest clubs in the world are eyeing him.

He told GIVEMESPORT: “He is still so successful and he now knows – and his agents know – that they are attracting interest not just from the Premier League but from across Europe and he could pretty much have his pick of leagues now.”

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Who could Neves join in the Premier League?

According to The sunManchester United and Arsenal were considering whether to move during the January transfer window.

The report suggests Wolves would have been willing to sanction Neves’ departure from Molineux if either club were willing to part ways with a fee of around £45million.

However, the central midfielder could still stay at Wolves and his current employers are in a strong negotiating position as he is just afraid of Two and a half years staying on his £58,000 per week Contract.

Neves, who made 206 appearances for the West Midlands outfit, would be ‘open minded’ on his future.

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Mary I. Bruner