It has been reported that Man United are looking to spend £50 million on Neto this summer as they continue to explore cheaper Jadon Sancho alternatives.
Neto has flourished this season being Wolves’ main man as Raul Jimenez has missed the majority of the season with a fractured skull, suffered against Arsenal.
Speaking on how much quality Neto has and if £50 million is a fair price for Man United to offer Wolves, Bull told FFC:
“Is that it? Is that all? Oh man, he is a talented player and I have my fingers crossed that he’s not going anywhere because he’s a big asset to this club.
“When we get firing on all cylinders again next year, we’ll be a force to be reckoned with again.”
Pedro Neto has been a key player for Nuno Espirito Santo this season as he’s taken on the responsibility of dragging Wolves through certain games with his five goals and five assists.
If Wolves want to get back to fighting for Europe next season, they will have to improve their squad and not let their best players leave, like Diogo Jota did last summer.