With just two weeks remaining before the transfer marker is closed,several clubs are busy rushing to recruit in new players to help them accelerate their squad.However after a huge defeat 4-0 by the bees,below a is world class player that the red devils are close to signing.
Manchester United are said to be close to signing the Brazilian international Matheus Cunha from the Spanish top team Atletico Madrid for a fee is around £50m (source;talkSPORT).This comes after the club portrayed a series of awful performance since the English Premier league kicked off earlier this month whereby the red devils are winless in all epl matches so far.
On the other side,Wolverhampton per reports are said that they are close on Matheus Nunez deal with the Portugal top team Sporting Lisbon,agreement on €45m fee plus €5m in add-ons as talks on player side are still ongoing and progressing.Moreover the France duo and Leicester City player Wesley Fofana is said that he his getting frustrated at the club and feels that the club are pricing him out of dream move to Chelsea.Leicester however are demanding more than the £80m Harry Maguire fee(source:Sky Sports).
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