Journalist Steve Bates thinks that Joao Felix, who Manchester United is interested in, is a good match for the team.
The Atletico Madrid forward is reportedly a target for the Red Devils in the January transfer window.
GiveMeSport just received a rᴜmor from Fabrizio Romano stating that United had approached super-agent Jorge Mendes regarding Felix.
Additionally, Dean Jones, a transfer insider, rеvеalеd that the 23-year-old player is open to moving to England, raising the possibility that he might be interested in playing in the Premier League.
But if United or any other team wants to sign Felix, they will have to fork over a sizable quantity of money.
According to The Evening Standard, Atletico Madrid has set a price of £86 million on the Portuguese superstar.
Felix, in Bates’ opinion, could be useful to Erik ten Hag’s group.
Joao Felix from Atletico Madrid has expressed a desire to perhaps leave the club, the journalist informed GMS. I predict a hectic period for United since he is a young player who fits Man United’s DNA moving forward.
It’s possible that some Atletico Madrid players don’t want Felix to go to the Wanda Metropolitano next month. The Portuguese player is incredibly gifted and has a lot of potential.
Felix is a “fantastic footballer,” Atletico president Enrique Cerezo told AS and the Spanish media in January of this year. For whatever reason, it hasn’t quite worked out for him in La Liga.
He has only made five league starts for Diego Simeone’s squad this year, per Transfermarkt. For someone who spent £113 million, that is a little sҺocking, according to BBC Sport.
Felix’s perspective is that a shift the following month makes reasonable. After his contract expired, Cristiano Ronaldo was clearly lost to United. It is therefore not sᴜrprising that they have given the ex-Benfica player some thought as they are about to enter the market for a new attacker.
Felix’s performance in the Spanish capital hasn’t been good enough to merit Atletico asking price, therefore it would be sᴜrprising if they or one of their rivals really paid it.
Man Utd “dreaming” of bringing a “great” star worth £132 million to Old Trafford
Fabrizio Romano, a transfer analyst, predicts that it will be challenging for Erik ten Hag to bring Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham to Old Trafford, despite the fаct that Manchester United has selected Bellingham as a “dream” signing.
When the winter transfer window opens at the beginning of the year, the Red Devils will be able to strengthen their team.
The Manchester Evening News said that Manchester United might make Bellingham a second offer in an effort to secure his services.
According to the source, the central midfielder is ten Hag’s top priority, and despite Liverpool and Real Madrid’s interest, senior decision-makers believe he might help the Red Devils break Premier League title-winning history and end their championship title drought.
Bellingham has long been coveted by Manchester United, who made a £12.5 million bid for him while he was still playing for Birmingham City. However, the transfer to Old Trafford never happened.
Dortmund is prepared to begin talks about the teen’s future. The Bundesliga powerhouses have set a £132 million valuation on their star player and are eager to learn if he wants to leave.
According to Dean Jones, a transfer specialist, Manchester United will show their commitment by pulling Bellingham and Frenkie de Jong away from Barcelona and into the Premier League.
Romano predicts Bellingham will be hard to persuade to join Manchester United at Old Trafford.
However, the renowned Italian author thinks that Ten Hag is keen to reach an agreement before competing offers.
Romano responded to GiveMeSport’s query about whether it would be challenging for Manchester United to complete a transfer: “For Bellingham, it will be quite difficult.”
Bellingham is a player United would like to sign, but they are mindful of the realities. They have fantasies about him.
Bellingham has outperformed Bruno Fernandes, a creative midfielder for Manchester United, in terms of goals, assists, and shots on goal per 90 minutes on average this season.
It is also clear from the data that the Dortmund player contributes more defensively than the Portuguese player, having made more tackles, clearances, and blocks. He clearly excels in every facet of the game.
Only Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka had a higher WhoScored rating than Bellingham’s 7.58 throughout the World Cup.
Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville praised the 19-year-first-half old’s performance during England’s group-stage victory over Senegal, according to MailOnline.
This season, Bellingham has contributed nine goals and three assists for Dortmund, so ten Hag ought to do everything in his power to make a move to Manchester United possible.