Wolves will not sell Ruben Neves in January, according to the Birmingham Mail.
Neves has been the subject of reported interest from Manchester United and Manchester City.
City in particular are thought to be keen, with Pep Guardiola missing out on both Jorginho and Fred in the summer.
But the Birmingham Mail say that Wolves will refuse to sell their star player in January, with the club’s Premier League survival not yet confirmed.
It is likely that Wolves could command a fee of more than £60m for Neves, but owners Fosun have ambitions of Champions League football.
Their relationship with Jorge Mendes could mean that Neves is advised to stay at Molineux.
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