Manchester United has now moved ahead of premier league rivals Arsenal for the signature of Wolverhampton midfielder Ruben Neves. Manchester United has completed the signing of Jodan Sancho and Raphael Varane, the two quality players who have come in to take Manchester United back to their past glories.
Despite signing these two players, Manchester United are also keen on signing a midfielder and Ruben Neves has been identified as the ideal man for the position.
Arsenal on the other hand are a ski integrated into signing the midfielder, the North London club inquired and was told that Ruben Neves was available for £35m.
However, Arsenal has dropped interest in signing him after Xhaka pen down a two-year contract which will keep him at Arsenal until 2023.
Manchester United are now in pole position to sign the playmaker as a long-term replacement for Paul Pogba who could leave for free next summer.
The Frenchman's future is up in the air after failing to extend his Manchester United contract which is less than a year away from expiration.
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