Manchester City eyes Wolves’ Pedro Neto for Summer Reinforcement

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After a transformative summer at the Etihad, Manchester City, under Pep Guardiola, is reportedly considering Wolves’ star Pedro Neto. While major January signings may be unlikely, Guardiola is already planning for the upcoming summer transfer window. The focus is on bolstering the right wing.

Following the departure of Riyad Mahrez last year, Guardiola experimented with various players on the right-hand side, including Jeremy Doku, Bernardo Silva, and Phil Foden. However, the manager is now exploring the option of bringing in a more natural fit for the position. According to information from David Ornstein, Pedro Neto has emerged as a player of interest for Manchester City.

Pedro Neto’s phenomenal form and return from injury

The Portuguese winger showcased phenomenal form at the beginning of the season, contributing eight assists for Wolves before getting injured. Neto’s impressive performances have not gone unnoticed, and now ManCity is eyeing him as potential solution to strengthen their squad.

Despite the competition, Mikel Arteta of Arsenal is also reportedly a great admirer of the 23-year-old, signaling potential rivalry for Pedro Neto’s signature in the summer transfer window.

After spending months on sidelines due to injury, Pedro Neto made a highly anticipated return against Everton on December 30th. Although limited to a 10-minute cameo off the bench, his return is significant. His future performances will likely draw the attention of both Manchester City and Arsenal.

Guardiola currently plans for significant transfers in the upcoming summer. Securing a dynamic player for the right-wing position is high on the agenda. The interest in Pedro Neto suggests a strategic move to bring in a player who can offer a natural and impactful presence on the right flank. The summer transfer window promises to be an exciting time for both Manchester City and Wolves as they navigate the possibilities surrounding Neto’s future in the Premier League.

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