FOOTBALL

Matheus Nunes has chosen to strike in the midst of interest from Man City

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Matheus Nunes, a midfielder for Wolves, has entered a strike in response to Manchester City’s interest in signing him.

With only a few days left in the window, Matheus Nunes is City’s primary target. One bid from the City group was already turned down by Wolves. According to reports, Nunes and City have personal agreements in place. He wants the transfer to complete as quickly as possible.

But, Wolves are not planning to let him leave for nothing.

However, Nunes is really putting pressure on Wolves, and a reporter has now revealed his reasons for going on strike against the team.

Matheus Nunes believes that striking boosts his chances of securing a move to Etihad

Journalist Alex Richards says

“Matheus Nunes told Wolves he wanted to leave for Manchester City last week after first bid was rejected. It wasn’t a problem. Everyone fine with the situation. Over weekend he chose to strike. Things hadn’t changed, no new bid had been made, but clubs were talking. So why?”

Fans are angry with Nunes’ actions

Nunes’ behaviour has angered a lot of fans.

Matheus Nunes’ decision to strike is a terrible reflection on both his character and himself. It seems sense that he wants to relocate. To acquire what you desire, you shouldn’t have to cease training with the club with which you are currently obligated.

Matheus Nunes will probably get his transfer in the end. However, when he makes a comeback to Molineux later in the season, he probably won’t be a very well-liked figure.

The contract for Nunes, who joined Wolves from Sporting in a club-record £42 million deal last summer, has four years left on it with an additional year’s option.

The 24-year-old has shown flashes of his potential. However, his only goal for Wolves came against Chelsea last season.

For more sports update, follow us on Twitter.

As featured on WolvesFCNews.com

For more sports updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & LinkedIn.



To Top