Report: Premier League club now prepared to accept lower fee for Spurs target 

GiveMeSport report that Wolves would now be prepared to accept a fee of £60m for Tottenham target Pedro Neto.

Neto has had an outstanding campaign at the Molineux Stadium but his season appears to be over after his latest hamstring injury, with Gary O’Neil revealing last week that the winger is not expected to feature again in 2023-24 (Charlie Haffenden).

Several publications have reported over the last few weeks that Tottenham are keen on signing a top-quality wide player in the summer and that the Portuguese star is at the top of their wishlist (Independent).

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Wolves are willing to sell Pedro Neto for £60m

GiveMeSport have now provided an update on Neto’s future, explaining that Wolves’ asking price might have now come down.

The outlet claims that the Midlands club initially valued the 23-year-old at £80m but are now prepared to be more realistic and accept offers of around £60m.

It is alleged that as things stand, Arsenal are at the front of the queue to secure Neto and that Wolves have already started assessing potential replacements for the former Braga star.

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Not a lot of clubs would be too keen on even paying £60m for Neto, given the winger’s injury record over the past few years. The only way the deal might make sense to Tottenham is if it is structured with several appearance-based add-ons.

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