Fabrizio Romano has been speaking about Benfica striker Darwin Nunez today and has offered some fresh insight into the Uruguayan’s future. Nunez is set to be one of the hottest properties on the European market this summer. His goal scoring exploits with Benfica have not gone unnoticed and the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and more have been linked with him.Further, former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has also claimed that Jurgen Klopp should be doing all he can to sign Nunez this summer as well. Put simply, Nunez is a wanted man and there’s set to be quite the transfer scramble.Photo by Gualter Fatia/Getty ImagesAnd according to Fabrizio Romano, whoever does buy Nunez is going to have to part ways with close to £70m, although a deal could be done thanks to Nunez changing agents recently. Why Isn’t The MLS Rivalling Europe’s Biggest Leagues Yet?“Now, for clubs it’s not going to be easy. But the player has a new agent. He has changed it in the last few days and Darwin Nunez has confirmed his agent is going to work with him to find a solution for his future,” Romano said on his own YouTube channel.“His new agent is really close to Jorge Mendes. He’s now going to speak with many clubs around Europe. That’s why for Arsenal and West Ham, it’s not going to be easy. There is interest from Manchester United. Richarlison and Darwin Nunez are two names being discussed. Other clubs are keeping tabs, in the Premier League, in La Liga, in Ligue 1. The price is a factor in this story, though. Benfica are not going to accept anything less than 75 to 80 million Euros.”Nunez has broken the 30 goal barrier this season already and impressed recently against Liverpool in the Champions League.TBR’s View: Darwin Nunez A Star Of The FutureYou get a certain sense and vibe around some players and Darwin Nunez seems to be one of them. His goals speak for themselves but his overall performances are brilliant as well. Similar to other successful South Americans in Europe like Aguero, Suarez, Cavani and more, Nunez seems to have a confidence and ability that is hard to teach. That is why Benfica want the big money, really.Whoever gets Nunez is onto a winner. And even at £70m, you have to say he could end up being a bargain. Have something to tell us about this article?