It’s a new informational TV series about to end. After days and days of discussions, Manchester City and Wolverhampton reached an agreement regarding the transfer of Mateus Nunes (25). The Portugal international will bolster Pep Guardiola’s midfield.
Mateus Nunes heads to Manchester
Just a year after arriving from Sporting Lisbon, the Lusitan midfielder will (already) pack his bags to reach the upper echelons of European football. According to Fabrizio Romano, the latest offer from City, estimated at €60m (including bonuses), has convinced the Wolverhampton management. Things have accelerated in recent days, and a verbal agreement was reached on Wednesday. The player, who had to leave due to missing Monday’s training, is on his way to finalizing the details before signing his contract.
Wolves regain British prospect
The son of Rio de Janeiro, represented by Jorge Mendes, was associated with moving to Paris Saint-Germain during the summer, without this leading to tangible progress. And with the failure to recruit Lucas Paqueta, the Sky blues Jump at the chance. Especially since Pep Guardiola has been under the charm of the Portuguese international (11 caps) for several seasons. Once the traditional medical checks have been carried out, the number 27 will officially integrate the workforce led by the Catalan technician.
However, according to the Italian journalist, Tommy Doyle (21) would do the opposite. The young talent will join Wolves for around €6m. The current European champion will retain 50% of the sporting rights of his former player in the future. With the inclusion of Mateo Kovacic (29) and Matheus Nunes, Manchester City hopes to compensate for the departure of Ilkay Gundogan (32).