PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are keen to sign Wolves ace Ruben Neves, it is reported.
Neves has starred for the West Midlands club since arriving in England last year and has certainly caught the eye of many clubs.
But according to Calcio Mercato, it is PSG who will make a move to buy Neves next year.
The 21-year-old joined Wolves from Porto in 2017 and was the standout player in a remarkable season as the club returned to the Premier League.
Neves, brought in by super-agent Jorge Mendes, played a key role in the heart of the midfield and scored a number of long-range stunners.
And he begun his first season in England’s top flight in similar fashion, smashing in a free-kick against Everton on the opening weekend.
His performances have not gone unnoticed and PSG are now keen to sign the star, who holds the record for the youngest captain in the Champions League, leading his Porto side to a 2-0 victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv in October 2015 aged just 18 years and 221 days.
But they will have to stump up a hefty fee if they want to bring Neves to Ligue 1 because the Portuguese ace, who has seven senior caps, has a contract at Molineux until 2023.
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Les Parisiens already have an arsenal of midfield talent, with the likes of Adrien Rabiot and Marco Verratti, while Brazilian centre-back Marquinhos has been deployed in a holding midfield role in recent matches.
Frenkie de Jong, also 21, has been linked with a moved to the French champions as well, but Barcelona and Tottenham are reportedly interested in the Dutch star who made his senior international debut last week.
Neves will look to continue his fine form when Wolves welcome Burnley to Molineux on Sunday.