Manchester City are preparing a “£60 million bid”, a loan transfer and other transfer speculations.

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According to rumours, Manchester City will counter with a bid of £60 million for Wolves midfielder, Matheus Nunes.

Gary O’Neil, the manager of Wolves, stated that the Molineux club had turned down City’s initial bid for their midfielder. It was allegedly for £47 million.

Manchester City want to sign Matheus Nunes following Kevin De Bruyne’s injury

The Cityzens continue to bolster their team this summer after winning the treble last year. Till date, they have hired Mateo Kovacic, Jeremy Doku, and Josko Gvardiol. Meanwhile, players like Riyad Mahrez and Ilkay Gundogan have departed from Manchester City.

In the aftermath of Kevin de Bruyne’s catastrophic injury, City want to sign another midfielder. Potential possibilities include Nunes and Eberechi Eze, a standout for Crystal Palace.

Football Insider claims that City will make Nunes a second bid later on with a £60 million valuation. According to the article, Manchester City is convinced that the offer will be persuasive enough to persuade Wolves to sell.

To raise money for Financial Fair Play, the Wolves have already parted ways with Ruben Neves, Nathan Collins, and Raul Jimenez this window. They don’t have to sell additional players, but if one leaves, O’Neil would have more money to sign his own players.

City Defender is closing in on a move to Dutch side Den Bosch

According to Mail Online, Manchester City defender Luke Mbete is nearing a transfer to Den Bosch of the Netherlands. The Englishman spent the previous season on loan with Bolton Wanderers before moving on to Huddersfield Town.

Mbete made his first team debut after being a member of the City team that won the FA Youth Cup in 2020. Three times hath he appeared for Guardiola’s senior team.

He will reportedly experience the second division of the Netherlands in order to enhance his football career. City has had no problem exporting its youthful talent to Europe.

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