Atletico Madrid are reportedly yet to receive any bids for forward Joao Felix amid interest from Manchester United.
Atletico Madrid have reportedly received no bids for forward Joao Felix amid interest from Manchester United.
The 23-year-old has been strongly linked with a move away from Wanda Metropolitano in recent months following a difficult start to the 2022-23 campaign.
Felix has recorded only three goals and three assists in 17 appearances for Atletico across all competitions so far this season and he has struggled for regular first-team football under Diego Simeone.
A recent report claims that Man United have been told by Atletico that they are willing to listen to offers for the Portuguese attacker, who cost around £114m from Benfica in 2019.
However, according to AS, Atletico are yet to receive any enquiries or offers for Felix, who has expressed his desire to leave the club.
The report adds that Felix is ‘disappointed’ with Simeone after falling down the pecking order and an exit in the January transfer window will be considered.
It is understood that ‘several entities’ are waiting in the wings to negotiate a potential exit for Felix, but the attacker is currently focused on representing Portugal at the 2022 World Cup.
A loan move away from Atletico is allegedly the most interesting option for all parties, but a permanent transfer could also be on the cards if the right offer is received.
Felix still has four years remaining on his contract in the Spanish capital, and Simeone has Read more – Sports Mole