Wolves Open to Selling ‘Unstoppable’ Matheus Nunes if Manchester City Submits Lucrative Bid, Reports Suggest
Speculation is mounting that Wolverhampton Wanderers may be ready to part ways with their star midfielder, Matheus Nunes, should Manchester City present a substantial offer for his services. This revelation comes from ESPN. Which reported on Pep Guardiola’s longstanding admiration for the player.
Matheus Nunes, hailed as ‘unstoppable’ by journalist Zach Lowy, has commenced the 2023/2024 season with dazzling performances. The 24-year-old Portuguese international delivered a masterclass against Manchester United. Showcasing his technical prowess and relentless work ethic. Although his influence was felt in the match against Brighton. An unfortunate red card marred an otherwise impressive display.
City and their desire
It has now emerged that Wolves are open to considering a second bid from Manchester City for Matheus Nunes, following the rejection of the initial £47 million offer.
Of particular note is the fact that Wolverhampton Wanderers have privately acknowledged the player’s eagerness to make the move to the Etihad Stadium. Which may weigh significantly in their decision-making process.
However, the ultimate outcome of this potential transfer may rest on the preferences of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola. Guardiola’s longstanding admiration for Matheus Nunes has been evident, and his desire for the player may influence the club’s willingness to meet Wolves’ valuation. As the transfer window deadline looms just a week away. The decision-makers at Manchester City may give weight to Guardiola’s sentiments. Particularly as the team seeks to bolster its midfield following Kevin De Bruyne’s injury setback.
Moreover, the extent of Guardiola’s current pursuit of Matheus Nunes remains an open question. Given his previous accolades for the player, including calling him ‘one of the best players in the world’ in 2022 (via Birmingham World). As the saga unfolds. Football fans await further developments regarding this potentially high-profile transfer.
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