Following a narrow victory over Sheffield United, Man City’s next move has been “confirmed.”.

Following a narrow victory over Sheffield United, Man City’s next move has been “confirmed.”.

The next summer signing for Manchester City might soon be official.

Following Sunday’s narrow victory over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, Matheus Nunes’ transfer to Manchester City appeared to be approved. Following the cancellation of Erling Haaland’s opening goal by Blades right-back Jayden Bogle, Rodri’s late goal gave City all three points.

Before the game, City was in the news regarding a possible transfer for Wolves midfielder Nunes, who is thought to be a target for the defending Premier League champions. According to reports, a preliminary £47 million bid was rejected last week, but City appear poised to make a second, improved bid before the deadline on Friday.

By sharing an emotional tribute to his teammate on Instagram on Sunday afternoon, Wolves forward Matheus Cunha appeared to confirm Nunes’ departure. He posted a picture of himself kissing Nunes on the cheek along with a caption that suggested a transfer to City might happen soon.

“My brother! May God bless you a lot, thank you for all the moments of partnership since I arrived!” is written in the caption in Portuguese.

Matheus Nunes, a playmaker for Wolves, might soon be joining Manchester City.

Nunes paid a club record £38 million to join Wolves last summer, but it already appears that he will move on to better things after leaving Molineux. The midfielder has a devoted fan in Pep Guardiola, who praised him last year by declaring: “I would say that Matheus Nunes is one of the best players in the world today. “.

Gary O’Neil, the manager of Wolves, earlier this week acknowledged that Nunes might leave the organization before the deadline on Friday and said he can understand why the 25-year-old might want to move.

An initial £47 million bid reportedly was made for Nunes earlier this month.

The majority of football fans around the world would be interested in that, according to O’Neil, if Manchester City made an approach. Matheus is aware of the contractual situation. He is aware of the club’s philosophy: up until he breaks away, he belongs. He would have been fine, and I would have loved to have had him available [at Everton].

He is a focused boy who is understanding, so I would much rather have him available than not. Matheus will undoubtedly play a significant role in the group if he is present at the other end of the window, which I sincerely hope he is. “.

Nunes was suspended for Wolves’ victory over Everton on Saturday after being sent off against Brighton a week earlier. Since joining Wolves last summer, he has made 41 appearances across all leagues, recording one goal and one assist.

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