Report – After first bid, Man Utd will return to charge to sign ‘intelligent’ £85m star

Benfica Joao Neves

Man Utd’s first bid for Joao Neves was turned down by Benifca. They are now ready to return to charge soon to finally sign him.

Last week, the Red Devils tabled a bid worth 60 million euros for the Portuguese international but it was rejected by the Eagles.

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Now, as per A Bola, the Primeira Liga giants are expecting to received improved bids for their prized asset.

The news source have mentioned that Man Utd will return to charge soon with a new offer to finally sign Neves.

It is stated that it is unlikely any club will meet the termination clause of 120 million euros set in the play breaker’s contract.

However, as per Record, Benfica would consider offers of around 100 million euros (£85m) to offload the 19-year-old star.

Portugal manager, Roberto Martinez, claimed that Neves is an ‘intelligent’ midfielder, who has the quality to play for Man Utd (A Bola).

On the other hand, Manchester City superstar, Bernardo Silva, has told the teenage sensation to move to the Etihad.

The Sky Blues can offer Champions League football to Neves with a genuine chance of winning the ultimate prize.

Whereas, the 20-time English champions will only take part in the Europa League in the next campaign.

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