The Wolverhampton Wanderers duo will be plying their trade in the Championship this season.
Steve Bull suggested that he was worried when Wolves got rid of Ivan Cavaleiro and Helder Costa earlier this summer, when writing his regular column for the Express & Star.
The Portuguese duo left Wolves on loan to join Fulham and Leeds United respectively.
Nuno Espirito Santo brought in Patrick Cutrone from AC Milan for £16 million and Neto from Lazio in place of the two wingers, however, and Bull told the Express & Star how he was initially worried by the prospect of losing Cavaleiro and Costa:
“I was a bit worried when we got rid of both Ivan Cavaleiro and Helder Costa, but Cutrone and Neto appear to be more than capable replacements.”
The two players mentioned have, of course, only left on loan, but even if they are sold permanently next summer, Wolves seem to have more than enough firepower in the attacking department to cope with potentially losing the duo.
Nuno has built a really exciting squad of players at Molineux, and there is no reason to think that they will not once again challenge for a top seven spot this season.
And if Cutrone and Neto produce their best form, the Wolves fans will certainly not miss Costa and Cavaleiro this season.