Premier League side set £60 million price tag on Liverpool and Arsenal target - Reports

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta (left) and Liverpool manager Arne Slot
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta (left) and Liverpool manager Arne Slot

Wolverhampon Wanderers have reportedly set a price tag of £60 million on winger Pedro Neto, an Arsenal and Liverpool target. Neto, 24, has been with Wolves since the 2019-20 season.

In 135 appearances across competitions, he has contributed 14 goals and 24 assists. That includes three goals and 11 assists in 24 games across competitions last season as Wolves finished 14th.

Despite being contracted to the Molineux till 2027, Neto has attracted attention from multiple clubs. As per Lee Ryder (via Chronicle Live), Wolves want £60 million for the winger, with Newcastle in the fray for the Arsenal and Liverpool target.

Both Manchester clubs - Manchester City and Manchester United - have also been reported with an interest in Neto.

The winger is currently in international duty at Euro 2024 with Portugal, who take on Turkey in Dortmund on Saturday (June 22). Neto came on for a minute in A Selecao's come-from-behind 2-1 win over the Czech Republic in their campaign opener in Leipzig four days ago.

The Gunners and Reds target has two goals and an assist in eight games for Portugal since his goalcoring international debut in a 7-0 friendly win at home to Andorra in November 2020.


How many Liverpool and Arsenal players are in action at Euro 2024?

New Reds boss Arne Slot
New Reds boss Arne Slot

Arsenal - who finished second in the Premier League for the second straight season - has sent a sizeable contingent of 11 players for Euro 2024. Three of them (Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka, Aaron Ramsdale) are with England.

Eight other teams - including defending champions Italy - have one Gunners player apiece in their squads. Meanwhile, Liverpool - who finished behind Manchester City and Arsenal in the league - have sent 10 players for the European Championship.

The Reds' largest Euro 2024 contingent is from the Netherlands - comprising captain Virgil van Dijk, Cody Gakpo and Ryan Gravenberch. They also have two England players - Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez - and five players from five other teams.

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