However, Bruno Lage admits that “every player has a price”
Wolves boss Bruno Lage admits “every player has a price” but insists the club are not looking to sell midfielder Ruben Neves.
The Portugal international has been the subject of transfer speculation for much of the summer, with Manchester United one of the clubs reportedly interested in signing him.
Asked if he expects Neves to still be at Molineux when the transfer window closes on August 31, Lage said: “All the top players we have are linked with all the clubs in the world.
“If you go to Portugal, the top players at Benfica are all linked with moves to Wolves.
“Ruben is happy here and we are happy with him. We are not thinking to let anyone leave, but every player has a price.
“You never know, if Messi changes to PSG then anyone can go.”