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Matheus Cunha to join Wolves on loan for 22/23 season

Wolves have agreed the transfer of Matheus Cunha from Atletico Madrid on a loan deal for the rest of the 22/23 season. There is an obligation to buy in the deal struck between the two clubs for €40 million+.

Aston Villa and Arsenal were rumoured to be in the race for the striker, but Wolves have won the race to sign him. The transfer has been given the here we go signal by Fabrizio Romano, which means that it is only a matter of time before the deal is made official by all parties once the paperwork has been signed. 

Matheus Cunha to join Wolves on loan with buy obligation 

Cunha was signed by Atletico Madrid for €30 million in 2021, but he hasn’t been able to make an impact with Diego Simeone’s team. The Brazilian has made 17 appearances for the Rojiblancos this year, but has not been able to find the back of the net even once. 

As a result, he is not in the plans of the manager and the club have decided to let him go. Matheus Cunha is expected to solve the problems of the Midlands club, who have failed to get goals out of Diego Costa and Raul Jimenez. 

Sasa Kalajdzic was injured in his very first appearance for the Premier League club. And now, it remains to be seen whether their goalscoring options can be relieved with the arrival of the Atletico Madrid striker.

Arsh Das
Arsh Das
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