Journalist Duncan Castles claims Wolves value Ruben Neves at £50m this summer.

On his Transfer Window podcast, he spoke about the Portugal midfielder’s future at Molineux.

He said the asking price if Neves is to leave this summer is £50 million, although there’s a chance it could be lowered to £40 million.

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Castles also said that Wolves turned down £60 million from Manchester City for Neves two years ago, when they held out for a £80 million bid which never came.

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Back in May, it was claimed that Wolves were looking for £35 million for Neves this summer. That didn’t go down too well with some Wolves fans.

The supporters who responded to this latest valuation don’t want Neves to go. But if he does, they feel £50 million is a more suitable price.

With Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all linked with Neves this summer, we’ll see if any potential suitor gets close to the asking price.

Here’s how Castles’ update went down on Twitter as Wolves prepare for their second game of pre-season on Saturday against Real Betis:

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