Fast-rising player ‘respected’ by Edu and colleagues is granted a dream transfer chance by Arsenal

Arsenal has a fantastic chance to give up on their long-term chase of Pedro Neto. The Portuguese winger has performed well for Wolves once again this year, but it is believed that he will be moved in order to abide with FFP rules.

The team is under extreme pressure to avoid breaking the Profit and Sustainability Rules of the Premier League, since Everton and Nottingham Forest have already been fined. Furthermore, since Neto, 23, is regarded as a prize asset, a possible sale may open the door for Gary O’Neill to make additions of his own in the summer.

In 15 top-flight games this season, Neto has two goals and eight assists to his credit. And despite a history of ailments since moving to England, the winger, who joined the team in 2019 from Braga, is now seen to be reaching his full ability.

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Furthermore, The Sun claims that the team is already preparing to profit ahead of the 2024–2025 season. Since Neto’s current contract expires in2027, the Midlands club may demand a full amount without having to worry about him soon departing on a free.

The international, who suffered heartache in December 2022 when he had to miss the World Cup due to injury, has long been associated with the Gunners. According to reports, Edu and the Arsenal administration “appreciate” the winger.

However, the London club’s willingness to pay may vary depending on their transfer activity abroad. After spending more than £200 million in the summer, Arsenal did not make a deal despite being connected to a number of players last month.

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