Report: £41m midfielder prefers to wait for Manchester United instead of joining Arsenal


Report: £41m midfielder prefers to wait for Manchester United instead of joining Arsenal


RUBEN NEVES WOULD RATHER BE WITH MANCHESTER UNITED THAN ARSENAL.


Arsenal has been linked with a move for Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Ruben Neves, but he may end up at Manchester United instead.



The Gunners are still expected to trade midfielder Granit Xhaka this summer, despite the fact that a transfer to Roma has been rumored for two months.


Arsenal has signed Albert Sambi Lokonga, but bringing in a more experienced midfielder must be a priority if Xhaka is on his way out.


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      Manuel Locatelli has been mentioned, with the pursuit of Wolves star Neves appearing to have slowed recently.

      Arsenal began talks to sign Neves in June, and Wolves were reportedly expecting a proposal for their star midfielder, who is valued at £41 million.

      That appears to have not occurred after more than six weeks.



      Gianluca Di Marzio stated earlier this month that Neves is Arsenal's priority aim to replace Xhaka, with the Gunners believing they will be unable to get Locatelli from Sassuolo.

      Last month, 90Min reported that Bruno Fernandes had instructed Manchester United to make a move for Neves.


      Report: £41m midfielder prefers to wait for Manchester United instead of joining Arsenal


      Now, Eurosport writer Dean Jones has confirmed to The Football Terrace that Manchester United is interested in signing Neves.

      That suggests Neves is unsure about joining Arsenal and would rather see if he can join United before committing to Arsenal.



      “They have clearly done it with Neves,” Jones said. “Again, the player is unsure if it is the correct move for him at this point, and with Manchester United also interested in him, he would prefer to wait and see if that can truly come to fruition,” he continued.

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