We're only a few hours away from the transfer window closing, and Manchester United fans, like everyone else, are waiting to see if their team will make a last-minute reinforcement signing. Well, according to a transfer update by MEN, if Manchester United make a last-minute move, it will be to sign Wolves all-action midfielder Ruben Neves.
A move for Neves will not come as a surprise, since United have been widely linked with him all summer. On the possibility of the deal going through, it is unclear whether Wolves will be willing to let one of their key players leave with little time to replace him, but a report claiming that Wolves are working on a deal to sign Lille's Renato Sanches on an initial loan deal could indicate that they may be open to cashing in on him, with a deal for him set to cost United at least £35m.
Given that United are considering selling Daniel James to Leeds United, and West Ham could swoop for Jesse Lingard, there will be ample room for Neves, who performed a successful audition at the weekend when he and Moutinho ran over United's makeshift midfield duo of Fred and Pogba.
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