Long announced on the PSG side, João Félix will not finally join the capital club as revealed to you exclusively by 24hfootnews.com. Also according to our information, the Portuguese striker is between Arsenal and Manchester United. And the future of João Félix, whose contract with Atletico de Madrid ends in 2026, should be played out well in the Premier League.
Between the desires to see elsewhere Kylian Mbappeor even the future of Lionel Messi which is not yet sealed, the PSG must think about strengthening his attack during the next transfer window. While the name of Joao Felix was announced in the small papers of the capital club, 24hfootnews.com revealed exclusively that the Paris Saint Germain is ultimately not interested in the Portuguese. Under contract until 2026 with theAtlético de Madridthe striker is in the sights of several English leaders.
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Joao Felix between Arsenal and Manchester United
Also according to our information, the future of Joao Felix is between Arsenal and Manchester United. But while the two clubs are on the lookout and have a head start in the file, they do not seem to be the only ones interested in the Portuguese striker. According to information from 90min, a loan from João Félix would seem to be the easiest solution to let the Portuguese striker go. While Manchester United seeks to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, Arsenal wants to find a replacement Gabriel Jesushurt, chelsea would also like to attract Joao Felix.
Two other English clubs have spoken with João Félix’s agent
Still according to information from 90mintwo other English clubs would be interested in Joao Felix. In effect, AstonVilla and Newcastle would have even already had discussions with the agent of the attacker of theAtlético de Madrid, Jorge Mendes. But the negotiations with these two clubs would not be as advanced as with Manchester United or Arsenal.