Tottenham ‘negotiating long-term contract’ with Ruben Neves dealing Man Utd blow

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Ruben Neves could be set to join Tottenham for £34million before the summer transfer window slams shut at 11pm tonight. Neves has been linked with a move to Manchester United this summer but it appears Spurs could be about to hijack the deal. 

Neves has played every minute of Wolves’ opening three games of the season as his side have suffered consecutive 1-0 defeats against Leicester City, Tottenham and Man Utd.

The 24-year-old has been a standout performer for Wolves since moving to the west midlands from Porto in 2017.

He helped Wolves win promotion from the Championship in 2018 and has been an influential player for his side in the Premier League. 

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The Red Devils have apparently been interested in landing the Portugal international this summer as they look to find a top quality player to sit at the heart of their midfield. 

But Spurs have now come calling, according to Daily Hotspur on Twitter, and Neves may now end up in north London.

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