Nottingham Forest ‘put forward’ £21m bid for Brazilian teenager in repeat of Murillo transfer trick

Nottingham Forest 'put forward' £21m bid for Brazilian teenager in repeat of Murillo transfer trick
Nottingham Forest 'put forward' £21m bid for Brazilian teenager in repeat of Murillo transfer trick

Nottingham Forest ‘put forward’ £21m bid for Brazilian teenager in repeat of Murillo transfer trick

It is said that Nottingham Forest’s attempt to sign Corinthians youth Wesley was unsuccessful.

Nottingham Forest 'put forward' £21m bid for Brazilian teenager in repeat of Murillo transfer trick
Nottingham Forest ‘put forward’ £21m bid for Brazilian teenager in repeat of Murillo transfer trick

A major component of the Reds’ summer transfer plan is to target young players whose worth could

rise. They have already signed Eric da Silva Moreira, age 18, and have been connected to other promising players.

Wesley has a similar type of profile. Additionally, the Italian publication Area Napoli claims that Forest has been keeping an eye on the 19-year-old.

The Reds are rumoured to have submitted a bid of 25 million euros (£21 million). It appears that Forest’s proposal did not go very far, and they are not the only team who made an effort to get the winger to leave.

West Ham United and Napoli allegedly only wanted to pay up to 20 million euros (£17 million) for the midfielder, while it’s rumoured Tottenham Hotspur may make a bid in July. The fees that Corinthians are seeking—30 million euros, or £25 million—much exceed what has been offered thus far.

Napoli is said to have “retreated” while they bide their time for things to “cool down.” Talks are reportedly going to continue, though, and manager Antonio Conte

It’s rumoured that nobody knows for sure if Forest will return on new terms. However, Area Napoli

state that the Brazilian’s relocation to England “remains the most likely destination.”

Nuno Espirito Santo, the head coach, could likely bolster Forest’s offensive lineup, especially out wide. This week, Moreira became the team’s second summer acquisition; Marko Stamenic, another new addition, will play for Olympiacos on loan next season.

One former player for Corinthians is already on the books of the Reds. When centre back Murillo

moved to the City Ground in a £11 million deal a year ago, he quickly established himself as a major

hit.

Carlos Miguel, the custodian, is expected to travel the same route as the defender. He’s anticipated to connect

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