Wolverhampton Wanderers star Ruben Neves is reportedly on AC Milan’s radar.

According to Sport Mediaset, AC Milan are considering offering Andre Silva to Wolverhampton Wanderers as part of a deal to sign Ruben Neves.

It has been reported that Italian club Milan are interested in signing Neves from Premier League outfit Wolves in the summer transfer window.

The Wanderers do not want to sell the the 22-year-old Portugal international midfielder, but Milan are considering including 23-year-old Portugal international striker to sweeten the deal, according to the report.

Wolverhampton Wanderers stay

Silva is a very good and promising young striker, and at the age of 23, the Portugal international can only improve in the coming years.

However, Neves is one of the best and most promising young midfielders in Europe, and the 22-year-old is an integral part of Nuno’s team.

Neves is key to how Wolves play and how they operate, and the Wanderers simply should not sell him, especially if they are to challenge the top four of the Premier League in the coming years.

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