Date: 20th May 2024 at 3:53pm
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Manchester City beat West Ham United 3-1 on Sunday to secure a record fourth consecutive Premier League title. 

A Phil Foden brace put the hosts in a commanding lead at The Etihad, before Mohammed Kudus pulled one back for the Hammers.

Rodri then added City’s third, securing all three points and earning manager Pep Guardiola his sixth English top flight title.

Despite City’s success, it appears that those in charge of the club are still on the hunt for potential new signings.

As per The Telegraph, both City and Newcastle United are interested in Wolves star Pedro Neto this summer.

The Portuguese has been in fine form for Wolves this season and his impressive displays have attracted interest from elsewhere, but the report claims that Wolves won’t let the player depart for less than £60 million.

Neto has attracted interest from Premier League champions Manchester City

That would be a club record fee for the Molineux side, such is the importance of Neto to Gary O’Neil’s side.

Neto, 24, joined Wolves from Italian side Lazio in 2019 and has since played 135 times for his current side across all competitions.

He has scored 14 goals and provided 24 assists in that time, playing a crucial role for the club.

This season Neto has been hampered by injuries but has still made 24 appearances across all competitions, including 20 in the Premier League.

Last summer City forked out a fee of £50 million to sign Neto’s former teammate Matheus Nunes, and the club are hoping to once again lure their target to The Etihad.

Neto is currently contracted to Wolves until the end of the 2026/27 season, and the club are therefore standing firm on their valuation of the Portugal international.

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