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Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has responded to Wolves' connections with agent Jorge Mendes by saying he is not bothered if his Sky Bet Championship rivals sign Neymar.
Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani has questioned the legality of the link-up between Mendes and Wolves' Chinese owners Fosun, and the English Football League is to look at the matter after a number of Championship clubs raised concern at the relationship.
Wolves do not believe they have broken any rules and have frequently said Mendes is assisting them in an advisory capacity.
And Warnock, whose second-placed Cardiff side trail leaders Wolves by six points, has no problem with a relationship which has seen several of Mendes' clients, including head coach Nuno Espirito Santo and record signing Ruben Neves, arrive at Molineux.
"It doesn't bother me if they sign (Brazil star) Neymar," Warnock said. "I wish we all had contacts like they have.
"If you can get an advantage, then good luck to them, as long as it's not illegal.
"I don't see anything illegal in an agent helping a club."
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