Wolves winger Pedro Neto

Wolves ‘not planning to lose’ in-demand Pedro Neto

Gary O’Neil has said Wolves are not planning to lose Pedro Neto in the summer despite interest in the winger from Premier League rivals.

Arsenal and Tottenham have been heavily linked with moves to sign the Portugal international at the end of the season, while a number of other Premier League clubs are long-term admirers of the 23-year-old.


Wolves brought in around £140m in player sales last summer as the club looked to ease financial concerns and are in a strong negotiating position should approaches be made.

Wolves would demand a club-record fee for Neto, who has provided nine assists in 16 league appearances this season, though O’Neil has said the club are keen to keep the winger at Molineux.

“We’re not planning to lose Neto so there’s no plan for a new Neto,” O’Neil said this week.

“But there will always be a plan in place. When it started to look like we were going to lose Matheus Nunes, there were things that started to get done in the background in terms of how we would best support the squad.


“Some of them we got done, some of them we didn’t, and that would be the same with any player we lose.

“If we do lose players in the summer they might not always be like-for-like replacements. Sometimes it will be what the squad needs best so I’m keen that these answers aren’t linked to Pedro Neto – it’s just a case of if we lose players, money will be invested the best way we see fit.”

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