Liverpool receive ‘good news’ as club told £38.4m + £4.3m bid would be accepted for midfielder

Liverpool receive 'good news' as club told £38.4m + £4.3m bid would be accepted for midfielder
Liverpool receive 'good news' as club told £38.4m + £4.3m bid would be accepted for midfielder

Sporting CP midfielder, Matheus Nunes, has recently been linked to Liverpool, and the most recent reports are fascinating.

According to a report by Record (news image below), only Wolves have made a proposition to hire services of the Lions star so far.

The 23-year-old player has been advised to wait for a bigger club by manager Ruben Amorim.

While Nunes is thrilled about the thought of playing in the Premier League, where he will be able to significantly increase his wages, he concurs with the coach that it would be better to wait for a much more attractive team. As a result, he has decided against moving to Molineux.

O Jogo revealed earlier this month that Liverpool are interested in signing the Selecao midfielder, who will never turn down the opportunity to move to Anfield.

Amorim reportedly wants to keep Nunes for another year, but president Federico Varandas is concerned about the club’s financial stability.

He is aware of the stunted values during the winter transfer window and believes Liverpool were able to lure Luis Diaz away from Porto for cheap in January.

Varandas would accept his sale immediately if a bid of £38.4m fixed fee plus £4.3m in variables were to come in since he does not want to deal with a similar situation in the case of Nunes.

Sporting would find it difficult to replace Nunes because they are aware of his competitiveness, class, and unique qualities.

For the Jose Alvalade team last season, the midfielder scored 4 goals, provided 5 assists in all competitions, and has already made 8 appearances for the senior national team.

Should Liverpool, who needs to strengthen the midfield, agree to pay the asking price to sign Matheus Nunes, in your opinion?

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