Fabrizio Romano confirmed last night that Nottingham Forest had presented an offer to Corinthians over the signing of centre-back Murillo.
However, Jorge Nicola has today confirmed the total package of the bid for the Brazilian defender.
Steve Cooper’s side have submitted a package worth up to £14 million including add-ons for Murillo, who has already agreed personal terms with the Reds.
Murillo has stated his desire to leave the Brazilian club this summer, as he wants to play in the Premier League amid interest from Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
£14 million bid submitted for Murillo
The signing of Murillo would be a great addition to the Forest rearguard. The Reds have Felipe on their injury list, with Moussa Niakhate only recently returning to action.
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Murillo is a pacey centre-back, who is capable of playing out from the back. Forest need a little bit of composure to their ranks and hopefully the 21-year-old can bring that in abundance.
With a week left to go in the transfer window, Nottingham Forest are cranking up their recruitment drive.
This summer has been the polar opposite of last year, with just four signings so far, but boss Steve Cooper must be happy with the flurry of late business taking place at the City Ground.