Neto is still only experiencing his second season in the Premier League and he’s been able to achieve a 7.13 WhoScored rating, all without Raul Jimenez to tuck away his numerous chances created.
Speaking on how much would be required for Wolves to sell Neto this summer and how good of a player he is, Bull told FFC:
“He’s an absolutely world-class player but money talks. I think if anybody comes in with a stupid amount of money, pays his five-year wages off and gives the club the money they are asking for, then fair play to them.
“As I said, it would be about £75-80 million and that is some money for a player, but he is a talented player. I wouldn’t say he’s not worth that much but I also wouldn’t say he is worth that much.
It has also been reported that Bruno Fernandes will try to convince Pedro Neto to join Manchester United this summer during their time away with Portugal.
Wolves have an abundance of attacking options, however, they all rely on a striker being in the box to finish their chances off, which neither Fabio Silva nor Willian Jose have been able to do in general.