Benfica have set a clausula on their leader. Manchester United, Arsenal and Man City want the player

Football news 04 june 2024, 12:38
Liam Carter Dailysports's expert Liam Carter
Benfica have set a clausula on their leader. Manchester United, Arsenal and Man City want the player Photo: Getty Images

Benfica have set a clausula on 19-year-old midfielder Joao Neves, according to insider Fabrizio Romano.

‘The Eagles will not consider offers for the player in the summer cheaper than €120m.

Scouts from Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City have been keeping tabs on João for months. Benfica are hoping to keep the young talent at the club.

There has been a lot of talk recently about Manchester United's interest in the young midfielder, for whom the Red Devils are allegedly ready to pay under a hundred million euros.

In the completed season, the Portuguese midfielder took part in 55 Benfica matches in all competitions, scoring 3 goals and giving 2 assists. Transfermarkt values the 19-year-old player at 45 million euros.

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