Wolves would not consider selling Pedro Neto unless a “huge offer” came in for him amid interest from Liverpool and Tottenham, according to reports.

Neto joined Wolves in 2019 from Portuguese outfit Braga. The winger has starred for the Premier League outfit over the past two seasons.

The 21-year-old was involved in six league goals in 2019/20. He upped this last season as he was involved in eleven goals from his 31 top-flight appearances.

Never, ever break your transfer record for a Liverpool player

Neto has been linked with a move away from Wolves this summer. Liverpool, Tottenham and Juventus are interested in him, according to 90min.

They add that Wolves are open to selling any of their players this summer. Neto is the only exception, as they would only consider letting him go if a “huge offer” comes in.

Elsewhere, Paul Merson has suggested that the race for the Premier League title in 2021/22 could be the “tightest” yet:

“As we edge closer to the 2021-22 edition of the Premier League, I strongly believe this could be one of the tightest ones in recent memory,.

“Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea can all win the title – that’s a four-way battle for the Premier League crown and I don’t expect any of them to run away with it by a margin of double-digit points.

“In my opinion, Chelsea need a forward. I don’t know what the deal is with Erling Haaland, but they need someone who can score 20 Premier League goals a season.

“Timo Werner is a different kind of player – he’s a willing runner who works hard for the team and is very unselfish.

“However, he doesn’t strike me as someone who can score 20 goals a season, so it’ll be interesting to see what happens there.

“Manchester United have already signed Jadon Sancho, but they could do with another midfielder.

“Regardless of what happens in the transfer market, as I said before, I expect a really close Premier League title race.

“Another important thing to keep an eye on is when the big players return to their respective sides after their international commitments.

“Many Premier League stars represented their countries at Euro 2020 and Copa America this summer, so they could well miss a few games at the start of the new season.”

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