Reports: Liverpool keen to finally sign £42million Portuguese star, who’d like Anfield move
Liverpool failed to adequately improve their midfield in the summer transfer window and that is one of the main reasons why they have struggled so far this season.
Matheus Nunes, a Portuguese midfielder, was extensively linked to a transfer to Anfield, but Wolves ultimately managed to sign him for a cost of £42 million.
According to Correio da Manha, the Reds were preparing a contract offer for the Selecao star, who desired Champions League football, but on deadline day, they enticed an injury-prone Arthur.
According to the most recent media rumors, Liverpool is anxious to finally sign him.
Nunes anticipated the Merseysiders would make a play for him, but he ended up joining the Molineux team in a deal worth £42 million, per a report from The Sunday People (press image given below).
According to the reputable news source, the 24-year-old star is still very appealing to the Anfield club.
According to rumors, Pep Guardiola is a major fan of the former Sporting CP player, and as a result, Manchester City is reportedly interested in hiring him.
In the previous season, Nunes personally assisted in 9 goals for the Lions. The nine-cap international has so far played six Premier League games for Wolves and has only contributed one assist.
The West Midlands team, which is now in the relegation zone, fired manager Bruno Lage following the weekend’s loss to West Ham United.