Man United target makes decision to leave club
If reports in the Press are to be believed, English Premier League outfit Man United target Joao Felix would be leaving his Portuguese outfit Benfica in the summer transfer window.
Joao Felix is one of the best Benfica can boast of, having impressed at the club especially in the just-concluded season.
The 19-year-old has got a lot of suitors around Europe. The two Manchester City clubs are already in his case but the Red Devils seem to be favorite to have a deal go down.
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Joao Felix is claimed to have a release clause of about 106 million euros which must be met before he is released, but Benfica have already given up on keeping the Star Player for the coming season.
Benfica president Luis Vieira has confessed that Joao Felix is already close to the exit door only have the hope of having him on a loan deal.
Benfica’s president reveals that he has had talks with his Star Player and he is already aware of the fact that he wants to leave.
The fact that they will be cashing in the sum of 106 euros million euros makes it an interesting deal for Benfica which is obviously difficult to turn down.