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Wolves reject Man City €50 million bid for Matheus Nunes

Wolves has rejected Manchester City’s bid for Matheus Nunes.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have decisively rejected Manchester City’s ambitious €50 million bid for their rising star, Matheus Nunes. The rejection underscores Wolves’ determination to retain the young midfielder, who has become an integral part of their squad in recent times.

Nunes, a Brazilian talent, has been making waves in the football world with his exceptional performances in the Premier League. His dynamic playing style, combining precise passing, impressive ball control, and defense, has caught the attention of several top-tier clubs, including Manchester City. Recognizing his potential to bolster their already formidable midfield, City tabled a substantial offer to secure Nunes’ services.


However, Wolves’ response to the bid has been normal. The club’s management has made it clear that Matheus Nunes is not for sale at any price. This stance speaks about Nunes’ significance to the Wolves team, as they aim to establish themselves as a force in English football.