Manchester City are targeting two Premier League stars after their move for Lucas Paqueta became a non-starter.
Eberechi Eze has reportedly been on City’s radar for the last six months due to his stunning displays for Crystal Palace.
Eze is attracting admiring glances after some stunning displays for Crystal PalaceGetty
Nunes is also a target with Wolves vulnerable to substantial offers
A player who can play in central midfield or from either flank, the Eagles could demand more than £70million for the England international who bagged 10 goals and four assists for Palace last term.
Matheus Nunes is also a target, according to The Athletic.
The Portuguese star is highly rated despite scoring just once in 34 games for Wolves last term.
The 24-year-old was a transfer target for Liverpool before moving to Molineux, with City keen to make the most of the midlands-based side’s financial predicament in the knowledge that Gary O’Neil’s side could find it hard to turn down a substantial offer.
talkSPORT understands City are yet to make a bid and Wolves, who are desperate to keep Nunes, have slapped at £60m price tag on the midfielder.
Pep Guardiola’s search for a midfielder has stepped up since learning that Kevin De Bruyne faces up to four months on the sidelines.
City had targeted £85million-rated West Ham star Paqueta, however allegations of suspicious betting activity means that the treble-winners have cooled their interest.