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Conor Coady has quickly stated that Pedro Neto definitely won’t be joining Liverpool on the Greatest Game podcast.

Jamie Carragher asked the Wolves defender whether he had put in a good word to help bring Neto to Anfield.

But any hopes that Carragher had that Neto might join Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side were quickly brushed aside.

“Have you spoke to him about how good Liverpool is,” Carragher said, when talking about the exciting winger.

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But Coady responded: “He’s not leaving Wolves!”

Coady then went on to wax lyrical about just how good his teammate is.

“Boss mate, yeah. Really good. He’s class, him,” the former Liverpool man said. “You forget he’s 21, I look at him as a 28-year-old. He doesn’t look that age.

“We were talking the other day and we were on about how he’s born in 2000 and we were putting him in the same category as Phil Foden.

“You look at how well he’s doing and then you look at the numbers Pedro is bringing up as well, and the assists and the goals and how he’s affecting games for Wolves.

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“He’s an incredible player mate, absolutely incredible.”

Liverpool have already bought one of Wolves most promising attackers off them in recent times in the form of Diogo Jota.

It is thought that Klopp’s side may well enter the market again for another forward this summer though.

Liverpool’s attack has not functioned quite as well as many expected this term, with the likes of Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino not scoring as prolifically as hoped.

Neto has been linked with a move away from Wolves this summer, but to Manchester United and Manchester City rather than Liverpool to date.

It would be no surprise if he is on the Reds’ radar though, as the youngster looks one of the most promising prospects in English football right now.

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