Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Pedro Neto has reportedly missed the chance of having extra €1m in his bank account.

According to a report from Portuguese newspaper Jornal de Notícias, the Guimarães Court has decided that Braga do not need to pay the player that amount for a transfer bonus.

The winger’s old contract with the club said he’d get €1m in case he got transferred until August 2017. He indeed had a move in that time, but on a loan to Lazio, which was only made permanent in 2019, and that’s when the controversy started.

Pedro Neto filed a complaint in 2020. In April 2021, the Work Court said Braga owed him nothing, and with the player making a new attempt in the Guimarães Court of Appeal, a new negative result came out yesterday.

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Pedro Neto stayed on loan at Lazio for two years. During the summer of 2019, when his move to the Italian side was made permanent for €11m, he then ended up being sold to Wolves, who paid €17.9m for him.

The winger is still to feature for the Molineux side this season following the knee injury he picked up earlier this year.