It is reported that Man United have now renewed their interest in Wolves star Ruben Neves and will make another move for him in the coming summer window.
Ruben Neves was on the radar of a number of sides including the Red Devils in the last winter transfer window but they decided to withdraw from the race for reasons that were not known to the public.
Wolves had earlier tabled an asking price of about £100 million for Ruben Neves which the Red Devils were not willing to pay but from all indications, there will be an agreement between both sides on the capture of the player with United expected to pay less.
Ruben Neves was significant in returning Wolves to the Premier League and he has been unchanged as he has helped his side to give a stable performance that will ensure they remain at the top flight this season.
However, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reported to have to have told the club management to make a move for Ruben Neves in the coming summer window so as to help strengthen the team.
Manchester City were known to be monitoring the star player but that has changed with Pep Guardiola already looking another direction.