Ruben Neves gets attention from e London rivalry teams
Neves is reportedly on Tottenham's roster, but Wolves is keen to keep him on staff as they fight relegation. Neves is a target for both Newcastle and Liverpool as they consider ways to strengthen their alternatives in the central midfield position this month. In addition, the article said that Barcelona, Manchester United, and Arsenal are all long-term admirers of Neves. If Arsenal can prevail in the competition to get Declan Rice from West Ham this summer, he appears to be the club's top midfield target right now. Spurs appear to have more important priorities than adding a new player to their engine room this month, and Antonio Conte's future is still up in the air. Nuno Espirito Santo, Conte's predecessor, has significant experience managing Neves at Wolves and has been effusive in his appreciation of the £50 million player.
Ruben Neves is wanted by Tottenham and Arsenal
Spurs pursuit Marcus Edwards
According to journalist Pete O'Rourke, Sporting Lisbon's Marcus Edwards may be eager to move back to north London. The Lilywhites still have a 50% sell-on provision in the Englishman's contract, despite his £52 million release clause. Therefore, this wise approach will result in a halving of any fee they agree upon. Given the potential displayed at the close of the previous campaign, when Antonio Conte guided his team into the top four ahead of rival Arsenal, few would have predicted this season's outcome.
Marcus Edward is eager to move to North London
Given the potential displayed at the close of the previous campaign, when Antonio Conte led his team into the top four ahead of rival Arsenal, few would have predicted this season's result. The gap between fourth-place Manchester United and Spurs has widened to five points, while the Gunners lead the Premier League standings by an eight-point margin. Heung-min Son's subpar play this season, where the South Korean forward has been lifeless in front of goal, has significantly hurt their performances. The 30-year-old has scored at least 10 goals every season in the league save for his first in north London, scoring 23 and 17 goals, respectively, in his most recent two seasons. Therefore, the four goals he scored in January are well below the standards he sets for himself. Therefore, the four goals he scored in January are well below the standards he sets for himself.