After Daniel Bragança … Matthews Nunes. The Brazilian Portuguese midfielder should be the next player in the starting line-up to renew his contract with the Lions, following the conclusion of negotiations between Sporting and the player’s representatives. Talks between the two parties have been underway for some time and, according to our newspaper, concluded even before the midfielder was called up for the first time to the national team – he made his debut against Qatar and yesterday added his second international appearance, with Luxembourg.
This renewal should not include an extension of the contractual relationship, nor an increase in the termination clause, but a significant salary improvement, which would put the midfielder at a higher salary level, which also basically reflects the importance he has acquired this season. Team, as it is necessary for Robin Amorim.
Remember that Matthews Nunes renewed his contract with the Lions about a year ago – it was announced on October 20, with the midfielder remaining in contact with the Lions until 2025 and the termination clause increased from 45 to 60 million euros.
Therefore, it is possible for Sporting to officially renew his contract before returning to competition or, knowing that the team will enter a required five-match cycle within 15 days, after meeting Besiktas, for the Champions League.
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