Liverpool promised Matheus Nunes that they would make an offer for him in the next transfer windows after he signed with Wolverhampton Wanderers at the beginning of the season. According to Daily Telegraph, the Reds may make a new offer to rescind their previous one.
The 24-year-old midfielder has shown promise in the Premier League, and he might be a valuable long-term acquisition for Liverpool. The Portuguese international may prove to be a good addition for the Reds as they search for a central midfielder.
Since joining Wolverhampton Wanderers, Nunes has flourished in the Premier League. When the season began, the Premier League club paid a sum of roughly £38 million for the midfielder. And if Liverpool can get a good price for the player is an open question.
It seems like Liverpool would have to fork up around £44 million. At the season’s conclusion, trade is more likely to be finalized. It remains to be seen, though, whether Liverpool and Wolves can come to terms this month.
At the conclusion of the season, Nunes will be tempted to join a major club, and the chance to transfer to Liverpool might be too good to pass up. Prior to his transfer to the Wolves, the Reds watched him for months. Indeed, the Portuguese international may soon be making the trip to Anfield.
Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, and James Milner are just a few of the players Liverpool will need to replace at the conclusion of the season. Due to the Reds’ inability to re-sign all three players, they will become free agents this coming summer.
It is safe to assume that Nunes won’t be the only midfielder Liverpool will want to recruit at the conclusion of the season. Sofyan Amrabat and Jude Bellingham have also been mentioned in connection to the Reds. Evidently, Liverpool has their eyes on the Argentine player Enzo Fernandez as well. However, the midfielder has decided to sign with Chelsea, one of their Premier League opponents. It remains to be seen whether the Merseyside club would spend £44 million to capture the Portuguese international forward Nunes.