English Premier League giants Manchester United are planning to raid Wolves for the services of attacker Pedro Neto.
Neto who had a trial session at United earlier in his career will attract a fee of around £50million-plus in the summer and according to The Sun, United sees him as a player who can sort their right win problems.
United could have signed the player for a fee next to nothing back in 2016 when he came to Carrington on trial from Portuguese side Braga but he did not do enough to convince them to buy him then.
His current fee is a significant raise from the £16m Wolves paid for his services when they signed him from the Italian club Lazio.
According to the reports, United sees the Portugees international as a cheap alternative to Jadon Sancho who had been linked with the club last summer. Apart from Sancho, United has been linked with a move for Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish who just as Sancho would not be allowed to leave his club easily.
Apart from United, Neto has been linked with a move to Manchester City.