Liverpool Learn Price to Pay for Mohamed Salah Replacement Amid Several Admirers

Pedro Neto is attracting attention from several admirers, including Liverpool. Recent reports suggest that Liverpool would need to pay £80 million to secure his services.

Following an exceptional season at Molineux, Neto has emerged as one of the most coveted players in the Premier League this summer.

With three goals and ten assists in all competitions, the 23-year-old has been in impressive form, directly contributing to a goal in four of his last five games.

Due to his outstanding performances, several top-tier teams have shown interest in acquiring his talents, with Liverpool prominently among them.

However, David Ornstein, reporting for The Athletic, says that the Portuguese winger is under contract until 2027, and any potential transfer would come with an estimated price tag of £80 million.

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Interest in the Liverpool transfer target extends to other top clubs like Manchester City, Arsenal, and Newcastle United.

Should Dan Ashworth, Newcastle’s sporting director, assume the role of transfer chief at Old Trafford, Manchester United could enter the fray due to his admiration for Neto.

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Last season, Wolves were forced to offload many key players to adhere to the Premier League’s profit and sustainability regulations.

However, after a fruitful campaign, the situation seems different this year, with manager Gary O’Neil claiming that they will entertain only genuinely substantial offers.

“Financially we’re in a place where we don’t need to lose our best players – we don’t need to lose any players,” O’Neil told talkSPORT earlier this week. “So that puts us in a better place than we were last summer initially, so we can make our own decisions on what is best for the club rather than what might need to be done.

“No-one will be leaving if it doesn’t suit us. Obviously if top, top clubs come calling for players and the price is right and we think it’s better for Wolves, then it will always be a consideration.”

Amid mounting uncertainties surrounding Mohamed Salah’s future, Liverpool are expected to focus on securing a new right-wing option during the upcoming summer transfer window.

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Three notable players, Salah among them, are set to reach the final year of their contracts. There’s anticipation that the Saudi Pro League could submit an offer similar to the £150 million bid rejected earlier in the summer.

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