Manchester City are reportedly confident of signing Matheus Nunes this summer. This is also after their second bid for the Wolves midfielder.
Hence, talks between the sides are now going in the right direction. Therefore, the Portuguese midfielder has refused to train with Wolves.
MANCHESTER CITY AND MATHEUS NUNES TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Manchester City are now confident of winning the signature of Matheus Nunes. Hence, the Premier League giants have made their second bid for the midfielder. The reports also claims that the second bid is worth in excess in 60 million. Therefore, talks are on the advanced side between both the Premier League clubs.
Manchester City are aware that Wolves will only sell for their valuation this summer transfer window. However, they are also aware that Nunes wants to join them this summer. Hence, they have made a bid in excess of 60 million. This is also major increase from their first bid. Wolves received a first bid in the region of 50 million. The bid was also rejected immediately.
THE PORTUGUESE MIDFIELDER HAS REFUSED TO TRAIN WITH WOLVES
According to reports, Matheus Nunes is desperate for a move to Manchester City. Hence, he has also agreed personal term with the Premier League giants. Matheus Nunes is also trying to force his move before the end of this summer transfer window. He has refused to train with the Wolves. Hence, Wolves will punish him.
However, they are ready to re-integrate him with the team if the Manchester City move does not happen. Although, the Premier League giants are doing everything possible to land the Portuguese midfielder. This is also because Pep Guardiola likes the player. He has also called him one of the best midfielders in the world currently in the press conference.
Manchester City have already signed the likes of Mateo Kovacic, Josko Gvardiol and Jeremy Doku this summer. Hence, it looks like Pep is building great squad depth again for this season. The Premier League giants are ready to defend their treble of the last season.
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