Pedro Neto, is a Portuguese midfielder, who scored 5 goals and provided 6 assists in 31 Premier League appearances for Wolves last season. Although his statistics are not particularly impressive, Neto, 21, is a player who is destined for greatness, this is evident by his impressive ball control technics.
Liverpool have been linked with a number of transfer approaches, and it is not surprising to hear rumors that Liverpool are keen on acquiring Pedro Neto's services. Reports coming from Merseyside say Liverpool is considering moving for either Pedro Neto or Aston Villa's Ollie Watkins. The reports further claim that, Neto has an advantage over Watkins due to his creative aspect of the game, but the only concern is that Neto suffered a serious injury in April. Although it is unknown how long his injury will keep him out, Liverpool fans are eager for their club to sign Neto, this can be seen in some of their Twitter posts(below) in connection with the links to Pedro Neto.
Pedro Neto has a market value of £15 million. If Liverpool go through with the move, is Neto a good signing? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below
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