Talents between 18 and 40 million are expected to seal dream moves to Fulham and Wolves

Talents between 18 and 40 million are expected to seal dream moves to Fulham and Wolves ...

If Joao Palhinha and Matheus Nunes join the Premier League with Fulham and Wolves, former Leoes forward Andre Santos tells Bola Branca.

While there will be a lot of doubts about whether Palhinha and Nunes may have an immediate impact in English football, it must be said that the sone of the Premier Leagues most inspired signings in recent years has arrived from the Iberian Peninsula.

Ruben Dias, Luis Diaz, and Bruno Fernandes: If Palhinha can emulate Fulham''s impact, then the Cottagers might be able to make a better fist of top-flight survival this time around.

Fulham will reportedly buy Palhinha on a four-year deal worth 40,000-a-week. One of Europe''s most powerful defensive midfielders, the Portuguese international will give the Marco Silvas side back a decent 18 million.

Nunes, an adventurous box-to-box player, might follow in Palhinhas footsteps. The Mail believes that Wolverhampton Wanderers are in talks, with a potential 40 million offer in the pipeline.

Matheus and Palhinha are two great players, champions at Sporting, and two difficult pieces to replace, according to Santos. Two players who helped the Lisbon Lions win their first Primeira Liga title in 20 years back.

Ruben Amorim, a (coach) was preparing Manuel Ugarte last season, and the player responded and was at a decent level. In the event of two leaving, sports will find a viable solution.

There are a wide variety of players in the squad who can make excellent midfield. Ruben Amorim is a fantastic coach and will look for the best solutions.

It remains to be seen if Nunes, dubbed one of the world''s finest players, would like to join Molineux in an Iberian-influenced dressing room.

Nunes is suspected to be prioritizing a club capable of offering Champions League football. Finally, as Santos points out, England''s charm might be difficult to resist.

Santos adds that everyone wants to be involved in the Premier League. The league has a lot of potential, and the stadiums are always full. It''s a completely different reality from the Portuguese League, where clubs must make sales and are limited to their potential players.

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