Wolves see winger Pedro Neto as a key part of their squad, journalist Luke Hatfield has told Football FanCast.
Neto is currently being linked with a move away from Molineux, with the 21-year-old thought to be attracting interest from other Premier League clubs.
According to 90min, Liverpool and Tottenham have enquired about the player as they both look to make improvements for the new season.
The same report states Juventus are also keen on Neto. After coming fourth and surrendering the Serie A title to rivals Inter Milan last term, the Italian giants are almost certain to dip into the transfer market to bolster their squad.
The likes of Massimiliano Allegri and Neto’s former boss Nuno Espirito Santo, though, may need to look elsewhere, with Wolves viewing the Portugal international as integral to their plans, according to Hatfield.
“Wolves very much see Neto as a key part of their squad, albeit with him out injured and us unlikely to see him [at his best] really until maybe the new year,” the Express & Star journalist said.
Last season, no Wolves player came up with more goal contributions than Neto in the Premier League (via WhoScored), so you can understand why the Midlands club see him as an important member of their squad and would be reluctant to sell him this summer.