Matheus Nunes age, height, career, stats, club, jersey number, position, Wolves salary and contract details

Matheus Nunes age, height, career, stats, club, jersey number, position, Wolves salary and contract details

Here is all about who Matheus Nunes is, his age, career, team, achievements and more about the player and his jersey number

Nunes, who joined Wolves just last summer, might leave at the end of the current campaign if Liverpool follows through on their promise to make an offer for him.

Matheus Nunes, a midfielder for Wolverhampton Wanderers, is being looked at by Liverpool as part of a contract that was made last summer when the Portugal international was on the verge of joining the Anfield club but the transfer fell through.

Footballer Matheus Nunes, age, height, career, stats, club, jersey number, position, Wolves salary and contract details

After months of Liverpool being linked to the Brazilian-born Nunes, Wolves paid roughly £38 million for him last summer. Let us have a detailed look at who the player, Liverpool eyeing, is.

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC will pay €45 million with a further €5 million in variables and he will be with the Premier League team for the next few years. At Sporting, he earned €1 million each season before taxes, but that figure is set to rise to €30 million starting next season at Wolves, where Nunes has signed a multi-year contract.

Standing at 1.83 meter, the Portuguese player is physically strong, has good feet, and can get out of tight areas and is a highly contemporary midfielder, whose high-intensity playing style. He wears the number 27 jersey at Wolves.


Professional footballer Matheus Luiz Nunes presently competes for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League and Portugal as a midfielder. Born on August 27, 1998, he is currently 24 years old. Before joining Estoril of LigaPro, Nunes started his professional career with Ericeirense.

Up until his transfer to Sporting CP of the Primeira Liga in January 2019, he spent the majority of his time with the organisation playing for the reserve team. Nunes was a part of the 2021 double-winning Sporting squad, earning him a position on the 2022 Primeira Liga Team of the Year. In 2021 and 2022, Sporting also won back-to-back Taças da Liga championships.


When he was 12 years old, Nunes moved with his mother and stepfather to Ericeira, Lisbon District, from Rio de Janeiro, where he was born to a Portuguese father and a Brazilian mother. In the sixth level, he started playing football with the neighbourhood team Ericeirense and, while there, he briefly helped his family at their bakery.

Nunes made his senior football debut with Ericeirense during the 2015–16 Lisbon Football Association season. He was on trial with Oriental to start the 2017 preseason, but after a thigh injury prevented him from being signed, he returned to his first team.

On August 8, 2021, Nunes acquired a Portuguese passport after ten years of residing there. He turned down the call because he would have had to go through quarantine upon his return due to not having the full COVID later that month, on his 23rd birthday, when he was called up by Brazil national team manager Tite as one of nine replacements for the players based in the United Kingdom, for three 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Chile, Argentina, and Peru.


On September 30, 2021, Santos called up Nunes for a friendly game against Qatar and a World Cup qualifying match against Luxembourg. On October 9, he began the 3-0 friendly win over Qatar in the Algarve, earning his first cap. On March 22, 2022, during a 3-1 home victory against Turkey in the qualification play-offs, he scored his first goal for his nation.