Ruben Neves told two reasons why he should reject Man Utd transfer ahead of ‘£35m offer’

Ruben Neves: All you need to know about star linked with summer move

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Ruben Neves has been advised against joining Manchester United this month. Reports have emerged that United are keen on signing Neves following his performance in Wolves’ 1-0 win at Old Trafford on Monday. The Portugal international was linked with the Red Devils and Arsenal last summer.

Wolves managed to keep hold of Neves and he has appeared in 18 of their 19 Premier League matches so far under Bruno Lage.

The 24-year-old still has two-and-a-half years remaining on his contract at Molineux, so he won’t be allowed to leave cheaply.

The Sun claims United are prepared to offer £35million for the former Porto ace to sign him in this window.

However, Wolves are said to want at least £40m for Neves.

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But former England right-back Danny Mills believes Neves has got as much of a chance of winning silverware at Wolves than he would at United and has advised him against the move.

“Wolves have got as much of a chance at winning the Carabao Cup or the FA Cup,” Mills told talkSPORT.

“Manchester United aren’t going to win the Premier League, and they’re not going to win the Champions League.

“Wolves might get into the Europa League, and they’ll have a better chance of winning the Europa League than Manchester United will have at winning the Champions League.”

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Meanwhile, former Rangers striker Ally McCoist does not think United will be competing in the Champions League next season.

The Scot says that is another reason why Neves should seriously consider whether the move would be right for him.

“Yes [Neves is what United need],” McCoist said.

“However, I would have to warn him and say I’m not sure he’ll be playing in the Champions League next year with Manchester United.

“I don’t think that will be happening.”

Wolves boss Lage recently spoke about the future of Neves and he insisted the player was happy in the Midlands.

“Ruben feels this is his second home – and happiness comes with that,” Lage told reporters.

“That’s good, but it’s another thing to convince him to stay. It’s not about a contract or money. It’s about creating a big team that fights for different things.

“Ruben is in that place where he needs a different challenge. And we also want a different challenge for the club.”

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