Liverpool are expected to strengthen their midfield department this summer.
Ruben Neves will not rule out a move to a fellow Premier League side this summer as speculation surrounding his future continues.
The 25-year-old has one year remaining on his current contract at Wolves and is yet to commit to extending his stay at the West Midlands club at this moment in time.
Neves was linked with a move to Barcelona during the January transfer window and a latest report from Spanish outlet Sport has suggested the player’s agent, Jorge Mendes, met this week with the La Liga leaders to discuss his client’s next steps and will ‘listen to offers’ that come his way.
The report adds Barcelona have been given ‘priority’ in the race to recruit the Portuguese midfielder, having previously held talks with the player. Liverpool, alongside Manchester United and Newcastle, have also been linked with Neves, who has been with his current employers since 2017.
He is said to ‘prefer’ leaving the Premier League but ‘will not close the doors to a top-level club’. It remains to be seen as to whether or not the Reds make a move for Neves, a player they were once described as being admirers of during his Porto days.