Final fee agreed for Man City's Matheus Nunes transfer

Final fee agreed for Man City’s Matheus Nunes transfer

Final fee agreed for Man City’s Matheus Nunes transfer

Manchester City have reached a final agreement with Wolves on a new $67.6m fee for central midfielder Matheus Nunes.

According to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, there will be no add-ons as part of the deal but Wolves will pocket 10% of any profit City will make if Nunes is sold.

Man City set to seal deal for Matheus Nunes

City have been in the market for a new central midfielder throughout the summer and turned their attention to Nunes after a deal for Lucas Paqueta collapsed earlier this month.

The two clubs had provisionally agreed a deal worth over $60m as reported by Soccer Times last night but that offer still had to be formalized. Nunes has now been granted permission by Wolves to travel to Manchester to undergo a medical.

Young City midfielder Tommy Doyle is set to move in the other direction and will undergo a medical at the Molineux club ahead of a season-long loan with a $6.3m option to buy. City will also receive 50% of any profit Wolves receive if they decide to sell the 21-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Sheffield United.

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