Manchester United are determined to make a move to sign Ruben Neves this month, according to The Sun.
The Wolves midfielder has emerged as a top talent for Ralf Rangnick’s side as they look to bolster their midfield options.
While many targets are being considered, United are prepared to offer around £35million to secure the Portugal international, a client of Jorge Mendes.
It’s claimed, however, that Wolves would be holding out for around £40million to do a deal.
Also, Manchester United stylist midfielder Paul Pogba is reportedly ‘open to staying’ at Old Trafford beyond this season, on one condition.
The French World Cup winner’s current United contract is due to expire in the summer, and while that has increased speculation he could depart the club after his second spell in January, it appears he may be set to stay at the club this month.
Following a report from The Sun, Pogba could yet commit to a new deal with the Premier League giants, as long as interim manager Ralf Rangnick remains in charge.
It is claimed the midfielder has been so impressed with the German coast that he is ready to make a u-turn rather than leave the club on a free in the summer.