Wolverhampton manager Bruno Lage faced the possibility that Rúben Neves, out until May with a knee injury, might no longer play for the club.
“Rúben Neves has had a fantastic season. Difficult to find a midfielder like him, who knows how to defend, attack and score goals. I know we’re going to present him with a good renewal proposal, but that’s football. At the moment it’s a big loss for our team and we don’t know what will happen in the future. I imagine some clubs will be looking to sign him,” he said of the Portugal international, one of the most coveted players in the wolves.
The Portuguese coach, speaking ahead of the game against Aston Villa, also revealed that Nélson Semedo has recovered from the muscle injury he picked up at the end of February: “He has returned to training without limits , but we’ll see if he’s ready to play.