Matheus Cunha is something like Hertha BSC’s life insurance. The currently shaky capital club would be even worse off without the goals of the hit-safe attacker. No wonder that the young Brazilian with his achievements also played into the focus of other clubs – above all a serious prospect from Spain.
According to information from “Sky” Atlético Madrid is after Cunha. Although the midfielder in Berlin still has a contract until 2024, the current leader of the Primera División is said to have made a “concrete offer to the player”.
According to this, the Colchoneros have intensively advertised for the 21-year-old, want to sign him “absolutely”, preferably already in the current transfer window in January. But Cunha had Atleti flash off according to the report. “The player side did not allow this,” it says.
On the contrary: “Sky” knows that Cunha Hertha BSC wants to remain faithful. At least for now, because the contract with the six-time goalscorer of the current Bundesliga season is to be extended beyond 2024 for better rewards. At the same time, a million-dollar exit clause is to be written into the contract.
Hertha BSC fears for Cunha
Heisst: If Atlético Madrid or another interested party were serious in the future, the Berliners would have to let the striker go with a goal guarantee, but on the other hand would collect a large sum of millions. The exact amount to be deposited has not yet been known.
According to “Sky”, Juventus Turin and Inter Milan are said to have stretched out the feelers after the former Leipzig player, who moved from FC Sion to Leipzig in the summer of 2018, but then joined Hertha BSC almost exactly one year ago due to a lack of playing time.