It has been reported that Matheus Nunes is currently in Manchester to undergo his medical before he signs for Manchester City.

This comes from Fabrizio Romano, who attached his signature ‘Here We Go’ catchphrase to announce that a deal worth £47 million is all but done.

Now, Matheus Nunes looks set to undergo his medical before he officially becomes a Manchester City player.

Fabrizio Romano: Matheus Nunes set to undergo Manchester City medical

Branded as ‘incredible’ by Bruno Fernandes, the Portuguese international seemed like a priority for City ever since Kevin De Bruyne’s injury.

With the Belgian playmaker set to be sidelined for a number of months, it was imperative for the club to bring in another midfielder to make up for his absence and it seems like Nunes’ exit from Wolves is imminent now.

Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Matheus Nunes is in Manchester as he prepares to undergo his medical with Manchester City.

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Furthermore, the treble-winners are exchanging and checking all the documents in the deal in order to ensure the move is finalised ‘in the next [few] hours.’

Matheus Nunes could become a superstar under Pep Guardiola

With Matheus Nunes set to undergo a medical with Manchester City, a majority of the club’s fanbase are set to be over the moon about this revelation.

But perhaps what is even more exciting is Nunes’ potential, especially considering Guardiola famously referred to him as ‘one of the best players in the world’ (via Manchester Evening News) at Sporting CP.

Pep Guardiola, who was an excellent midfielder during his playing career well has a spotless track record of coaching players that played in the middle of the park.

Considering Matheus Nunes still has room to improve in the final third and in terms of controlling a game, he has now found the perfect manager to help him unleash such traits.

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