Several clubs are running out of time to complete major deals before the 31st August summer transfer window deadline reaches.
Manchester United new director of football, John Murtough has managed to sign top players this summer with one more signing expected before time is up.
According to Express Sports news reports, John Murtough and the United board are working on the deal for Ruben Nevez which is likely to happen but the Red Devils have set a condition.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are touted to be demanding £40 million to allow the Portuguese midfielder leave the club this summer, but no club is willing to meet that valuation.
Manchester United might wait till the final days of the summer transfer window when they will launch their official bid for Ruben Nevez.
The midfielder is claimed to be willing to move to Old Trafford which will be a major step forward in his career after spending some seasons at Wolves.
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