Roundabout Joao Félix: FC Bayern without a chance in the poker around the hot candidate?
FC Bayern's Thomas Müller has shown the club's intentions for the winter transfer. We have to keep in mind that we are looking for a player who can immediately play this position, he said. But with Atlético Madrid's offensive player João Felix, there is also another top club in front of the race.
João Félix is a hot candidate on a winter season transfer. FC Bayern needs to also handle the Portuguese World Cup driver. Another top club appears to lead to the race for Atlético Madrid's offending player. As the Spanish s paper March reports, FC Toolbox is currently said to have the very best cards in the poker around the 23-year-old. The Londoners are currently leading the Premier League. Head coach Mike Area counts on young topics such as Martin Regard (23) or Bu kayo Aka (21) on the offensive. In order to ultimately think Félix to the Thames, Toolbox first needs to prevail against the popular competitor.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Aston Rental Property, Paris Saint-Germain, FC Barcelona and FC Bayern have actually been associated with Félix in recent weeks. Although the Portuguese is still tied to Atlético Madrid by 2026, a transfer in January does not seem to be left out.
transfer too high for FC Bayern?
I believe that he has the greatest level of the world, however for factors that need to not be mentioned now, the relationship between Someone and him is bad and his inspiration is not the finest, Atlético's club boss Gil Marin opposed the. Insights into Félix's relationship with his trainer. It is reasonable that he is believing about leaving us, but I would be pleased if he remains with us, even if that is not the concept of the player, said Marin and continued with this declaration.
According to the March, it is open whether FC Bayern will make Félix severe. However, the possible transfer demand should resent the German record champions. Atlético would supposedly accept a quantity of 100 million euros including bonuses if the AS had just recently found out. Probably too much money for FC Bayern.