According to Football Transfers, Joao Felix would like to move to Old Trafford, which should cheer up Manchester United fans. Erik Ten Hag will be looking to bolster his attack in the winter after Ronaldo's departure. A number of top strikers have been linked, including Joao Felix.
Felix has yet to reach his full potential at Atletico Madrid, despite spending more than £100 million to join the La Liga club. According to Atleti CEO Gil Marin, Felix and his Atleti coach aren't getting along this season. “João Felix has top level but because of his relationship with Simeone and game time… we feel that makes sense to consider potential bids to sell him. I’d love for Joao to continue, but this is the current situation," said Marin.
According to Sport Bible, Manchester United have a good chance of signing him because they are his preferred destination, but they may need to act quickly because a number of clubs are interested in hijacking the Portuguese international's move to Old Trafford.
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