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Manchester United ready to join Arsenal and Liverpool in the race to sign Pedro Neto this summer

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As per a latest report from the Daily Mail, Manchester United is set to intensify the competition for Pedro Neto’s signature, joining Arsenal and Liverpool in pursuit of the Wolverhampton Wanderers winger.

Neto, who has demonstrated his prowess in the Premier League with a commendable tally of two goals and eight assists in just 15 appearances, is now at the center of a transfer tug-of-war this summer.

The report from Monday has highlighted Neto’s impressive performance, suggesting that his stellar form has made him a hot commodity for the upcoming transfer window, with interest already brewing from Arsenal and Liverpool. Arsenal has been closely monitoring the talented winger for some time and is keen to keep an eye on his situation at Molineux, acknowledging their long-standing interest in the player. Similarly, Liverpool has shown an affinity for Neto, hinting at a potential battle with Arsenal for his services when the summer window opens.

As per the report, Wolverhampton Wanderers have set a valuation between £50 million and £60 million for Neto, a figure reflective of the need to offload some of their star players to fund new acquisitions. Amidst this backdrop, the Daily Mail has reported Manchester United’s intent to enter the fray for Neto as part of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s ambition to equip manager Erik ten Hag with the necessary resources to reclaim the club’s former glory.

Further reports from the Daily Mail suggest that Manchester United’s interest isn’t limited to Neto alone. The club has also been linked with Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise, indicating a broader strategy to bolster their attacking options, with both players reportedly being discussed as potential targets.

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