After failing to secure a chance in the top four position in the premier League, and also missing on a chance to book themselves a ticket, to play in any Europe's top Elite competitions including Champions league and Europa League next season, Arsenal are looking to arrest that repeat, and this time they are willing to dig deeper into their pockets instead of loan deals, and that's the same direction, Manchester United have taken on one of their star targets.With the Gunners still in the deals for James Maddison,Ruben Neves and Emanuel Locatelli, Edu will have to try as much as possible to spare more cash on Neves since Ole Gunnar's side are already leading the race, in order to please the wish of Bruno Fernandez.
According to Talk Sport, premier League side Manchester United are ready to trigger £ 40 million for Wolverhampton Wanderers star player Ruben Neves, only two days after Bruno Fernandez highlighted how much he would love to play with it him.
The signing of the 24 years old will help Ole Gunnar Solskjaer carry on swiftly, with his plan to introduce the 4-3-3 formation come 2021/22 season which Many United fanbase have been yawning for.
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