Manchester City have returned to Wolves with an improved offer for midfielder Matheus Nunes. After seeing their opening bid rejected by Wolves, the treble winners have returned with a second bid it has been reported.
Fabrizio Romano reports that the European champions have submitted a fresh bid for Nunes. After seeing their opening bid of €50 million plus add-ons rejected they have returned with a €60 million bid plus add-ons for the Portuguese international. In addition to the new bid, Romano reports that City are confident they can clinch a deal for the Wolves man. With personal terms already agreed with Nunes, the champions will be hoping their new bid can seal the deal.
EXCL: Manchester City submitted new bid for Matheus Nunes. Package around €60m with add-ons and club confident to get it done 🚨🔵🇵🇹 #MCFC
Personal terms agreed days ago, City optimistic — opening €50m plus €5m add ons bid was rejected.
Nunes remains City top target. pic.twitter.com/xsFH57GMVA
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 27, 2023
The champions appear keen to wrap up their summer business. With the window closing on September 1st, City is moving quickly to seal the Nunes deal. With a host of players at the club facing uncertain futures, if a deal for Matheus Nunes can be concluded the European champions can then move on to other business.