Wolves management expect to lose captain Ruben Neves this summer.
The Mirror says the 26-year-old will enter the final year of his contract in July and the club are yet to agree terms with him on a new one. Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Liverpool are known admirers of the Portuguese. Wolves will reluctantly listen to offers, although they would much rather sell him to a club abroad than to one of their Premier League rivals.
There was an expectancy at Molineux that Neves would leave last summer so Wolves were delighted when he didn't. The two parties have an excellent relationship, meaning when no switch materialised there were no issues from either side.
That would be the case again this summer and Neves would likely pen a contract extension if he were still at the club in September, when the summer transfer window has closed, to protect the West Midlands outfit against losing him for nothing the following June.