Wolves enjoyed a superb season with Nuno Espirito Santo taking the club back to the Premier League in his first season in English football.
The former Porto boss built a superb team, with the 3-4-3 formation he adopted getting the best out of so many of the players.
Whilst there are many players who deserve a mention, there’s no doubt that Ruben Neves was the star man for Wolves this season.
That was demonstrated by the fact he won the two Player of the Year awards with the club and he was also put forward for the main Championship prize.
And, that form hasn’t gone unnoticed, with Liverpool one of several elite clubs linked with a move for the Portugal international.
Wolves would certainly get more than the £15.8m they paid for Neves if they decided to cash in and here at FLW we think they could command a fee of around £30m.
That would represent a fair price for someone of Neves’ quality. His passing range is superb, allowing him to control the tempo from midfield.
As well as that, he chips in with vital, and always spectacular goals, with his one against Derby recently the most memorable. At 21-years old he is only going to get better too.
In fact, the only negative for Neves at the minute is that he hasn’t played in the Premier League and whilst we have no doubt he can cope, buying clubs will want to see how he adapts before spending mega money on him.
That’s why we would value him at around £30m but if he settles in the top-flight as we expect that could be even more in 12 months time.
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