Joao Felix might leave Atletico Madrid In January


Joao Felix, a forward for Atletico Madrid, is to quit the La Liga team in January owing to a rumored breakdown in his relationship with club manager Diego Simeone. Although the team would like to keep Felix, they anticipate his departure shortly. Numerous teams in Europe shows interest in signing the 23-year-old attacker Joao Felix, with Premier League team Chelsea being the most recent.

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Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool reportedly shows interest in Felix during the upcoming transfer window after the season-ending injury to Darwin Nunez. Additionally, Cody Gakpo of the Netherlands and Youssoufa Moukoko of Borussia Dortmund have reported targets for Liverpool.

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What is the value of Joao Felix?

Felix’s asking price from Atletico is rumored to be close to €100 million. Due to Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent departure after his fiery statement a few weeks earlier. United will be looking for offensive reinforcements in 2023. United will need to get a player for the long term, and Felix is the right choice.

Felix intends to leave the club in the forthcoming transfer window, according to the Marca report. PSG, Chelsea, and United show interest in signing the attacker. The 23-year-old Joao Felix would ‘welcome’ a move away from the Metropolitano, according to Spanish daily AS, amid a dispute with Simeone about his place in the team.

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Simeone recently expressed his desire for Felix to remain with Los Roji Blancos. But AS reports that the club will be receptive to offers. The La Liga team hasn’t received any bids for the attacker Joao Felix. Who has recently shown interest with Manchester United and PSG. But a player of Felix’s caliber would probably draw interest from several top teams in Europe. Felix still has three and a half years left on his current contract, and Atletico is said to be open to a possible loan exit. Which might be advantageous for all sides.

A strong performance at the World Cup this month would spark interest.

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