This month, Matheus Nunes has been consistently linked with Liverpool, and today we have an update on a report coming from Portugal.
Wolves have reportedly stepped in with a formal bid to sign the midfielder from Sporting CP, according to a report by Correio da Manha (press image provided below).
The Liga Nos club’s management were delighted with the total offer and would have liked to talk about the payment terms, but the player is not convinced and has declined to join the West Midlands team.
Nunes reportedly prefers to wait for an offer from a team competing in the Champions League among the clubs that are interested with Liverpool the main priority.
The renowned news source reported that the 23-year-old midfielder, who has a £50.4 million release clause in his contract, is being pursued by both Liverpool and Manchester City.
Both can offer Champions League football for the upcoming season, but according to CM Jornal, Wolves are currently the only side to have made an offer.
We previously covered a story (via JN) that claimed the Reds were interested in signing the midfielder, who at the moment makes about one million euros annually.
But according to CdM, Nunes has been presented with a five-year contract with Bruno Lage’s team that will pay him 2.2 million euros a year. However, the player is still not willing to transfer to the Molineux.