Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly open to selling Ruben Vinagre this summer, amid interest from Benfica.

The wing-back is enjoying a great stint at Farmalicao, following a failed time at Olympiacos in the first-half of the season.

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Vinagre made just four appearances for the giants, before Wolves pulled the plug and sent him back to his homeland.

Since joining Farmalicao, Vinagre has been a regular in the side and made 14 appearances.

His form has led to interest from Benfica, who are bracing for interest in the likes of Nuno Mendes and Alex Grimaldo.

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According to Record, Wolves would be open to selling Vinagre and have placed a £13 million valuation on the 22-year-old.

 

Should they receive such a fee, it would see the club make a healthy profit on a player who cost just £2 million (Express & Star).

Wolves should demand more

Maybe Wolves should actually be looking to get more for £30,000-a-week star Vinagre (Spotrac), amid interest from the biggest club in Portugal.

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It seems that there isn’t much between him and Rayan Ait-Nouri ability-wise.

And the option to buy Ait-Nouri is reported to be around £20 million (Express & Star), so maybe that should be the aim.

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