A deal to subscribe Matheus Nunes from Wolves is reportedly being explored by Manchester City after interest in West Ham’s Lucas Paquet cooled. Nunes is of interest to City. Interest in Paquet has cooled. Guardiola seeks cover for the injured De Bruyne. According to The Athletic, City is laboriously assessing the possibility of acquiring Matheus Nunes from Wolves before the check of the summer transfer window.
The club’s original interest in Lucas Paquet a from West Ham United was disintegrated by an ongoing Football Association (FA) inquiry related to implicit laying breaches, and they’ve turned to Nunes as an indispensable option. likewise, according to Mail Sport, City has also been gibing Crystal Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze for the last six months, and he’s now on the club’s shortlist of targets alongside Nunes. It’s believed that Palace will demand£ 70 million ($88.60 million) as a transfer figure as the player has two times remaining on his contract.
In addition, City is scuffling with the absence of Kevin De Bruyne due to a hamstring injury, which is set to keep him out of action for at least four months. The departure of Ilkay Gundogan to Barcelona has also left City in a bind, with Pep Guardiola hopeless to support his midfield further after subscribing Mateo Kovacic from Chelsea before in the summer.