Man Utd prepared to agree £6.2million a year deal for signing – Report

Erik ten Hag - Manchester United manager

Manchester United were linked with Matheus Cunha two years ago and once again, the Brazilian star is in the focus.

The Red Devils are looking to reinforce their strike-force and are prepared to offer a lucrative deal to sign the Samba forward from Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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According to an exclusive story covered by The Mirror, Man Utd have targeted the signing of Cunha, who is valued at around £60million.

The South American striker currently earns a salary of around £60,000 a week and the Old Trafford outfit are ready to double the wages.

Therefore, Man Utd are prepared to agree a deal worth £6.2million a year, £120,000 a week, to sign Cunha from Wolves.

It is stated that the record English champions are also looking to lure Kudus from West Ham. The Ghanaian international worked for Ten Hag at Ajax and is also on the radar of Liverpool.

Cunha proved to be a hit in the Premier League last term. He started 29 games and directly contributed in 19 goals.

Overall, he made 36 appearances in all competitions, scored 14 goals and provided 8 assists for the Molineux outfit.

The former Atletico Madrid forward has made 11 appearances for the senior Brazilian side thus far but he has not been selected in the squad for the upcoming Copa America.

Apart from the No.9 role, he has also proved to be effective in the secondary striker and central attacking midfield roles.

Man Utd lack quality and depth in their striking department. Should they agree a deal worth £6.2million a year to sign Matheus Cunha?

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