Manchester City return with an improved offer for Matheus Nunes

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.

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.

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