Matheus Nunes has agreed personal terms with Manchester city

Matheus Nunes

According to Fabrizio Romano, Matheus Nunes has agreed personal terms with Manchester city.

Both England giants are reportedly intrested in signing Matheus Nunes from Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer transfer window.

Fabrizio Romano reported last week that both Manchester city and liverpool want to sign Nunes.

The report claimed that Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp admirers Nunes and wanted to sign the 25 year old.

Manchester city agreed personal terms with Liverpool target Matheus Nunes

It seems that Matheus Nunes wanted to join Man city, the club who is currently in great form.

Last season Man city won Premier League, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League last season.

Fabrizio Romano reported that city have made a new bid for Nunes.

He also reported that Portugal international has already agreed personal terms with Man city.

Manchester city are confident of signing Matheus Nunes.

This transfer had blown the Liverpool plans.

WHAT CAN HE PROVIDE TO CITY’S SQUAD

Nunes is a physical player who likes to tackle, he can help Rodri by playing in a double pivit role replacing John stons.

He is also good at ball controlling and does not lose possession easily, has a great pace and can also dribble the ball easily. He can also provide assists and can score some goals.

All the qualitys make him a great choice for city and if he sign for city we can hope that he can hit his potential to extreme limits.

Nunes has made 36 appearances in the Premier League so far in his career.

The midfielder has scored one goal and given one assist in those games.

WHY CHOOSE MATHEUS NUNES ?

After losing Kevin De Bruyne to injury they wanted a backup and kept an eye on Lucas Paqueta as the first choise, but West Ham only want to sell him at the price above 100m euros.

Then they shift their intrest to Matheus Nunes.

Nunes has played 34 matches last year and started 30 of those matches and have scored 1 goal and gave 1 assist.

As featured on ManCityNews.com

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