Manchester City signed Wolve’s midfield wizard Matheus Nunes in a 5-year deal. After a long discussion and settlement, the final negotiations closed with Wolves with a £ 53 million dollar deal. With the move to Manchester City, Nunes created a club-record sale for the Wolves.
On the contrary, When Matheus Nunes joined Wolves last summer from Sporting Lisbon, it was the costliest signing for Wolves as well with an initial £38m and a five-year deal with a 12-month extension.
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Since Pep Guardiola showed interest in the 25-year-old Portuguese midfielder, Nunes in order to push the move and make it happen as soon as possible, didn’t train with Wolves and showed a positive signal to Manchester City.
On the other hand, to fill the gap, Wolves are also set to sign 21-year-old English midfielder Tommy Doyle from Manchester City as the replacement for Nunes. After the departure of Cole Palmer to Chelsea, it was very important for Cityzens to sign a world-class midfielder who could compensate for the loss and step up if the new signing Mateo Kovacic doesn’t show up.