The situation with Neves in particular has led to widespread speculation regarding his future, the general consensus being that Barcelona will sign the Portugal international if they are able to meet his asking price.
However, that is far from guaranteed, the Catalan giants currently enduring financial difficulties and struggling to offload players which do not feature in Xavi's plans going forward.
According to Sport, their efforts to sign Neves will be significantly boosted if Wolves are able to successfully negotiate a deal for Gonzalez.
The 20-year-old would have been satisfied with his game time during 2021-22, making 16 starts and 18 substitute appearances in all competitions.
Nevertheless, the last time that he featured for longer than an hour in a single outing came in February, arguably a sign that the prospect remains down the pecking order.
Although it is suggested that Xavi remains an admirer of the player, it appears that there is a willingness to use Gonzalez to free up funds and space on the wage bill.
Wolves head coach Bruno Lage will be attracted by the opportunity to work with such a highly-regarded youngster, one who would expect to become a first-team regular should he move to the Premier League.
However, it has been widely claimed that the West Midlands outfit are doing all that they can to tempt Sporting Lisbon's Joao Palhinha to make the switch to Molineux once he has finished representing Portugal later this month.
Wolves also intend to retain the services of Morgan Gibbs-White, who they hope will sign fresh terms rather than look to take on a new challenge at another Premier League club. body check tags ::