Nobody Can Believe Wolves Have Managed to Sign Ruben Neves From Porto

Nobody Can Believe Wolves Have Managed to Sign Ruben Neves From Porto

Wolves have agreed to sign Ruben Neves from Porto – and anybody familiar with the promising midfielder from FIFA 17 or Football Manager will know just how shocking the deal is.

According to the Mirror, the 20-year-old is already a full Portugal international has agreed an £18 million transfer from the Liga Nos side to the English Championship, with super agent Jorge Mendes thought to have had a big influence on the move.

Mendes is the agent of new Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo and is understood to be responsible for the bulk of the recruitment at the Molineux Stadium.

He might be the most powerful agent in the whole of football – but Neves signing for Wolves has still taken football fans across the country by shock:

Is this just the beginning of big signings at Wolves, and in the Championship in general?

The financial carrot of the English Premier League is now so great that £18 million for a young midfielder now seems half reasonable!

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