April 24, 2024

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly looking at signing Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Pedro Neto this summer, according to club insider Paul O’Keefe.

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly looking at signing Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Pedro Neto this summer, according to club insider Paul O’Keefe.

The 23-year-old Portuguese international has been in excellent form this season, contributing three goals and 12 assists in all competitions.

He is rated at £36 million by Transfermarkt, although Wolves may seek a higher price for their star winger if they are forced to sell at the conclusion of the season.

However, Neto is not the only player on Tottenham’s radar as they seek to strengthen their offensive options. According to O’Keefe, Tottenham is also interested in Barcelona player Raphinha.

It is clear that Ange Postecoglou wants to add more innovation to his team. They have been unduly reliant on James Maddison’s ingenuity this season, and a guy like Neto might split the creative load with the England international next season.

The Wolves winger is typically deployed on the right side of a front three, but he can also play on the left flank or as an attacking midfielder. He has been a regular performer for Wolves, and his numbers are expected to improve if he is placed in a better club with more talented players.

 

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Tottenham would be ideal for Neto

Neto has demonstrated that he is capable of taking the next step in his career and should play for a Champions League side. Tottenham are in contention for a top-four finish, and they might be the ideal destination for him next season.

The Portuguese international is still relatively young and is expected to improve with coaching and experience. Tottenham’s free-flowing attacking system has the potential to bring forth his best.

On paper, Neto appears to be an excellent fit for Postecoglou’s aggressive approach, and it will be intriguing to see if the two Premier League clubs can reach an agreement in the coming summer.

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