Wolverhampton Wanderers have reached full agreement over the proposed transfer of Matheus Nunes from Sporting Lisbon, according to Fabrizio Romano.
The deal with the Portuguese club was reached on Sunday, with the fee set at €50 million with add-ons, and now the player has agreed personal terms with Wolves as well. All that remains for him is to undergo the medical, which has already been scheduled, and sign the paperwork.
There were plenty of reports crediting Premier League clubs with interest in the 23-year-old, but Wolves obviously acted as the most determined one and the in-demand midfielder is now set to join Bruno Lage’s ranks.
Nunes joined Sporting’s Under-23 side in 2019 and earned first-team promotion a year later. He scored eight goals and produced nine assists in 101 appearances in all competitions for the club, helping them win one Primeira Liga title, two League Cups and the Portuguese Super Cup. He’s currently an eight-cap Portugal international.
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. 🚨🛩🇵🇹 #WWFC
Medicals scheduled in England in order to get it signed. Huge signing for Wolves. pic.twitter.com/Rh7gqTHXt1
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 16, 2022
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