April 23, 2024

Wolves have some players that have attracted interest from teams all throughout Europe.

Pedro Neto has been linked with moves to Arsenal and Liverpool, but Wolves will only sell if they receive a huge offer, and he is set to leave Molineux in the summer.

Jose Sa has been outstanding in goal for the previous several seasons, and he is now getting interest from Saudi clubs as well as Premier League side Nottingham Forest.

Tottenham Hotspur are interested in midfielder Joao Gomes as they look to strengthen their midfield.

It was claimed yesterday that Wolves would not sell him for less than £30 million, but given how great he’s been this season, he’s worth significantly more.

Joao Gomes will only be sold if ‘crazy money’ is offered.

Contrary to what was reported yesterday, Wolves will only sell the Brazilian if the price is significantly higher than what is now being discussed.

Journalist Alex Richards agrees, and he doesn’t believe Spurs will be able to entice Gomes away from Molineux in this window.

“Joao Gomes going nowhere unless the money offered is ridiculous,” he remarked on X (previously Twitter). And the Spurs aren’t going to hit that kind of amount, at least not this window. Put a pin in it.”


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What will it cost to sign Gomes?

Clubs don’t like to do business in the middle of the season unless the players on offer are surplus to requirements.

That isn’t the case with Gomes, who has been a key player under Gary O’Neill and is garnering interest from Tottenham as a result of his outstanding performances.

This season in the Premier League, he’s demonstrated his skills as an all-action midfielder who excels at regaining possession and driving his team up the field.

According to Sofascore, he ranks seventh in the entire division in tackles won per game (3.2), demonstrating how essential he is to his defense.

Given how important the £30k-a-week star is to O’Neil’s squad, along with teammate Mario Lemina, Wolves are unlikely to sell him for £30 million.

The Old Gold would be looking at a number close to, if not beyond, £60 million, which tells volumes about how good he’s been.

Wolves, who are presently three points behind seventh-place Brighton, will need to keep Gomes if they are to fight for Europe.

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