Man United ‘in discussions for Wolves Star transfer’ as The Reds close to seal big-money transfer

Manchester United are reportedly in discussions over a potential deal for Ruben Neves.

The Wolves star has been tipped to leave Molineux since the transfer window reopened, with Arsenal largely seen as favourites.

However, the Portugal international could be primed to move to Old Trafford instead.

They’re on the verge of landing Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, who has already told England team-mates he’ll be playing at Old Trafford next season.

United are also making progress on a deal for Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane, who could follow Sergio Ramos out of the Bernabeu exit door.

And they’re continuing to work on a potential arrangement for Kieran Trippier, too.

Over the past few days, the Red Devils have been linked with Rennes’ Eduardo Camavinga, who has just a year left on his contract.

But, while that’s the case, Eurosport’s Dean Jones has claimed United are in discussions over a deal for Wolves star Neves.

“In midfield, Ruben Neves is still a player they’re not having major talks with but they’re still in discussions there,” he told the Football Terrace podcast.

Manchester United close to complete big-money signing.

According to Sky Sports in Germany, Manchester United’s move for Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho is imminent as both clubs have agreed on the transfer fee, however there is one more stumbling block for the Red Devils to overcome.

Fabrizio Romano has claimed that the Sancho deal is in the final stages between Man United and Borussia Dortmund.

The two clubs are reportedly concluding the final details of the payment and a full agreement will be made in the next few days.

The journalist revealed that the transfer has never been so close to being completed and the 21-year-old will end up joining the Red Devils.

According to Sky Sports in Germany, Sancho’s move to Man United is imminent as the Manchester outfit have agreed a fee with Dortmund. 

The report reveals that the transfer will cost in the region of €85m (£73.1m) for the England international.