Rúben Neves: ‘You're running the whole game here. In Portugal there’s a lot of time-wasting’

05 September 2017 07:55
The highly-rated young midfielder is soaking up a new style of football at Wolves after leaving Porto and is enjoying the food and even Black Country weatherIt is less the calm after the storm and more the sense that there was never so much as a cloud in the sky anyway. Rúben Neves exudes calm and poise, despite a dizzying introduction to top-level football as a teenager and now, at 20, a move to the second tier of English football that has wrongfooted many observers.This has been a period of profound change for the Portugal midfielder. Having left Porto, his only club, for Wolverhampton Wanderers in July, he rushed back to the city they call Invicta straight after his Championship debut, a victory over Middlesbrough, to attend the birth of his first child, Margarida. Related: Jorge Mendes and Wolves: how deep does the agent’s influence run? | David Conn Related: Is Wolves’ record signing Rúben Neves really suited to the Championship? Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian