What Man City will not under any circumstances do in their effort to sign Matheus Nunes from Wolves.

What Man City will not under any circumstances do in their effort to sign Matheus Nunes from Wolves.

Matheus Nunes, a midfielder for Wolves, is the subject of a second offer from Manchester City, but there is one thing they simply will not do.

One bid worth £47 million, with a potential increase to £55 million, was turned down by the Citizens.

That offer fell far short of what Wolves valued the player at.

But there are currently rumors that City will make an improved offer when they return to try to weaken Wolves’ resolve.

Keeping the player is important to the Wolves. Due to their unsettling financial situation, however, they will consider generous offers.

What Manchester City won’t do as they attempt to sign Matheus Nunes from Wolves.

According to recent reports, City intends to submit a new offer for Nunes.

In their pursuit of the Portuguese midfielder, there is one thing, however, that they simply will not do.

Journalist Mike Minay predicts that City won’t be held to ransom over the 24-year-old. They will gladly leave if they believe the Wolves’ assessment of the player does not correspond to their own internal assessment of the player.

Moreover, according to ESPN, City will not ‘overpay’ for the former Sporting CP star.

It appears that they have received encouragement that Wolves will consider a second offer.

But Pep Guardiola’s team is reportedly “adamant” that they will not overpay.

Wolves’ asking price for Nunes is currently unknown, but some have speculatively suggested that they would require an offer of at least £60 million.

Wolves benefit from Man City’s shared stance regarding Matheus Nunes.

As a result, City “will not be held to ransom” over Nunes and won’t overpay.

This ought to ease the concerns of Wolves supporters who are hoping Nunes stays with the team.

Because City will undoubtedly have to pay a hefty sum to get Nunes out of Molineux.

Losing Nunes at this point in the window would severely hurt Wolves.

If Nunes is going to leave, Wanderers must be fairly compensated.

Naturally, everything now hinges on Wolves and the asking price itself. Hopefully it’s extremely high and City are compelled to leave.

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