Wolves negotiate a club-record £42.2 million fee for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Matheus Nunes and there is a deal in place

Wolves negotiate a club-record £42.2 million fee for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Matheus Nunes and there is a deal in place

Wolves agree a club-record £42.2 million deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Matheus Nunes; Wolves will pay an initial £38 million with £4.2 million in add-ons, but personal terms have yet to be finalised; Bruno Lage’s side hopes to complete the deal in time for him to play against Tottenham on Saturday.

Bruno Lage’s side will pay an initial fee of £38 million plus £4.2 million in add-ons for the 23-year-old Portugal international.
Personal details have still to be agreed upon with Nunes, but Wolves aim to get him registered by midday on Friday in enough for him to play against Tottenham on Saturday.

The proposed £42.2m deal would exceed the £35m Wolves paid Porto two years ago for attacker Fabio Silva, who is now on loan at Belgian club Anderlecht.

Wolves negotiate a club-record £42.2 million fee for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Matheus Nunes and there is a deal in place

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Nunes, who scored in Sporting’s 3-0 home win against Rio Ave on Saturday, has been with the Lisbon club for three and a half seasons after joining from Estoril in January 2019.
He has made 76 appearances for the Lions and scored seven goals in all competitions. He also has eight caps and one goal for Portugal after making his debut last year.
West Ham were also interested in Nunes this summer, but Hammers manager David Moyes admitted last week that “the player didn’t want to come.”

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Nunes is likely to become Wolves’ third summer signing, after the additions of Valencian attacker Goncalo Guedes and Burnley defender Nathan Collins.

 

 

 

 


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