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But the idea of Wolves selling Neves doesn't sit well with their fans, who aimed a song at the Portuguese during their final home game of the Premier League season.
The Molineux faithful delivered a rousing song about Neves, pleading with the club not to sell their star midfielder.
They sang: "Don't sell Neves... Who? Ruben Neves... I just don't think you understand. If you sell Neves, Ruben Neves, you'll have a riot on your hands!"
Twitter user @TacticallyMatt shed light on the chant, calling it the 'worst song' of the season and plenty of people are in agreement.
One wrote: "What on earth is this."
A second tweeted: "Why’s every team competing for the worst chant."
A third added: "My ears are bleeding."
Another fan referenced Manchester United's new chant about Erik ten Hag, commenting: "One ten hag two ten hag has to be up there."
Wolves' chant about Neves is up there with Man United's Ten Hag song, with some fans also slating Liverpool's new Jurgen Klopp anthem.
As for Neves, he appears set to leave Wolves this summer - with Bruno Lage unsure whether his compatriot would be at the club next season.
"I really don’t know [if Neves will stay]," he said after his side's 1-1 with Norwich City.
“I don’t know what they (the fans) sing, but if you tell me I’ll sing the same thing. I want what’s best for Ruben and the club and if Ruben stays I will be happy."
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