Wolves 'agree club record £42m Matheus Nunes transfer with Sporting Lisbon midfielder set for medical' | The Sun

Wolves 'agree club record £42m Matheus Nunes transfer with Sporting Lisbon midfielder set for medical' | The Sun

WOLVES have agreed a club record deal to sign Sporting Lisbon star Matheus Nunes, reports suggest.

That is according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who reports that a deal worth €50million (£42m), including add-ons, has been struck between the two clubs.

Nunes, 23, is expected to fly over to England and undergo a medical with the Premier League outfit.

Romano tweeted: "Matheus Nunes has accepted Wolves proposal, here we go!

"Full agreement finally completed also on personal terms, €50m fee [add-ons included] was already agreed 24h ago with Sporting.

"Medicals scheduled in England in order to get it signed. Huge signing for Wolves."

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According to The Guardian, Wolves have beaten Manchester City and Liverpool for Nunes' signature.

The midfielder joined Sporting in 2019 following a successful year at Estoril.

The Portugal international shone bright last season with four goals and five assists in 50 matches across all competitions.

The playmaker has also started strong this term with one goal and one assist in two appearances.

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All in all, the Portuguese ace has amassed a total of eight goals and nine assists in 101 games during his three-year stint in Lisbon.

Wolves have experienced a rough start to the season with a 2-1 loss to Leeds and a goalless draw with Fulham.

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