Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is also reportedly keen on the £114m star. Despite the recent signings of Erling Haaland and Julian Al Lavarez came along.
Atletico Madrid are open to selling their star player Joao Felix. Two Premier League sides Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur interested. The Spanish club broke their transfer record in 2019 when 19-year-old. Felix signed from Benfica for around 114 million pounds. Previously held by Tomas Lemarfrench. Which was bought for 64 million pounds a year before that.
Felix failed to meet everyone’s expectations for his hefty fee and despite an outstanding 2021/22 season. Atletico are set to let him go. In this summer Still, there are a number of teams interested. Manchester City have emerged as a possible destination for the Portuguese youngster. A report from United’s transfer correspondent. Bruno Andrade has revealed that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola ‘wants’ to sign the attacking midfielder. Although they already have Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez joining the UFABET team.
Jesus heavily linked with a move. Arsenal and his departure appear highly probable. Sterling on the other hand is attracting interest. Chelsea could make an offer for the England forward if they fail to make a move. Signing of Ousmane Dembele from Barcelona. Guardiola having to clear a vacancy in the team by selling one or two offensive line first and of course.
News that Atletico Madrid are ready to sell Felix came from BarcaTimes. Editor-in-chief Sai Lucassi , writing on Twitter. Paris Saint-Germain and other clubs. In others, Diego Simeone does not view the player as being unable to change hands.
Of course, the event has reached the ears of London club Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League and it is reported by the Daily Express that they are ready to feature the likes of Giovani Lo Celso as a “favorite.” Balancer for Felix’s built-in agreement Felix, 22, is now valued at around £103.7million (according to the CIES Football Observatory), three years after Atletico Madrid. Bought him for 114 million pounds.