A new study published by CIES Football Observatory has estimated Wolverhampton Wanderers star Pedro Neto’s transfer value to be between £60-£77 million.
The website uses a powerful algorithm to determine the transfer values of professional football players on a scientific basis.
Their post on March 22 shows that Erling Haaland and Marcus Rashford are currently the two most valuable players in the world, with both being worth somewhere between €150-200 million (£130-£172 million).
A little further down the list and slightly less valuable than those two and the likes of Joao Felix, Phil Foden and Kylian Mbappe, is Wolves livewire Neto.
He comes in with a value of between €70-90 million (£60-£77 million) according to their data.
He supposedly accounts for around 19.7% of Wolves’ club assets.
Neto of course, has had an outstanding personal campaign in a struggling Wolves team in 2020/21.
The 21-year-old has produced a string of dazzling performances, providing five goals and four assists.
He signed a new contract back in November, which will no doubt have increased his value.
Wolves sitting on a gold mine
In these financially difficult times, it is perhaps unlikely for Wolves to receive a £77 million offer for Neto from someone this summer.
But the way he’s going, and taking into account his tremendous mentality, potential, current talent and age, it might not be out of the question that someone would be willing to pay such an amount in a year’s time.