LaLiga News: Rumor has it: Atlético Madrid set €100m asking price for Joao Felix

    Atlético Madrid are reportedly ready to part with their record club signing, setting an asking price of €100m for Portuguese striker Joao Felix.

    Felix, 23, was bought from Benfica back in 2019 for €126m, breaking their transfer record by over €50m.

    He helped Atlético Madrid win the La Liga title in 2020-21 and was later named the club’s Player of the Year in 2021-22, but has now fallen out of favor, starting only five of his team’s 14 league games.

    Felix has been able to make a name for himself during his two starts in Portugal’s World Cup group stage, including a goal against Ghana, and Champions League contenders are now expected to arrive in January.


    The Spanish publication AS named Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Manchester United as the main stakeholders.

    The report said Felix’s relationship with head coach Diego Simeone had become too strained to continue and included a claim that Atlético had turned down a €130 million offer from United before the start of the season.

    With his contract binding him to the club until 2026, there will be no need to agree to an offer deemed unsatisfactory, but AS believes anything approaching that €100m figure, including bonuses, will be enough to seal the deal.


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    Chelsea as well as Newcastle United compete for 18-year-old midfielder Vasco da Gama Andrew Santosfor 90min.

    according to Gazzetta dello Sport. Milan I would like to take the Chelsea winger Hakim Ziyech on a loan deal with the option to make it permanent, but the Moroccan’s contractual requirements may be too expensive.

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