Manchester City look set to test the resolve of Wolverhampton Wanderers over the final days of the summer transfer window, as Matheus Nunes has emerged as a top target.
According to the latest reports from Fabrizio Romano, personal terms between the player and City have already been agreed.
City set to open talks with Wolves for Matheus Nunes
The latest reports claim that the player has already accepted a move to the Etihad, as he would love to work under Pep Guardiola.
However, Wolves could yet resist selling one of their top stars, and will likely demand a fee in the region of $70 million.
But, the Midlands club remains under pressure to sell players, as they are still short in their FFP target.
Nunes has started each of the club’s opening two matches this season. However, he was sent off in their first home game of the new season against Brighton & Hove Albion.