Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves has offered a swap deal with Juventus, involving the midfielder and Aaron Ramsey, it has been said in Italy.
Neves has been linked with a move to Manchester United, but it is now doubtful that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will make any further signings this summer.
The Wolves man could travel abroad as Mendes is currently in Turin to meet with the Juventus hierarchy to discuss the future of Manchester City-linked Cristiano Ronaldo.
However, this is not the only topic of discussion between the Serie A club and the agent as they also want to negotiate regarding Neves.
The super agent has, according to Carlo Laudisa of the Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport, proposed that Juventus trade Ramsey for Neves.
Wolves manager Bruno Lage has maintained that the Midlands club are not actively looking to give up the midfielder this summer, but Ramsey’s signing could tempt the team.
Neves has made nearly 180 appearances for Wolves in all competitions and has been a regular holder for the Midlands club for the past four seasons.
If the switch occurs, it would mean a return to the Premier League for Ramsey, a league where he has already amassed more than 250 appearances for Arsenal.
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