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Joao Felix; Summer transfer target for Barcelona

Joao Felix, the Portuguese prodigy, is currently playing the rest of the season with Chelsea on loan. However, he will return to his parent club, Atletico Madrid in June. According to reports, the LaLiga leaders Barcelona are now interested in Felix, who is widely regarded as one of the most talented young players in the world.

Atletico Madrid is said to be open to selling Felix in the summer, and it’s expected that several top European clubs will be interested in acquiring the 23-year-old. The manager of Barcelona, Xavi, and the club’s executives are reportedly keeping a close eye on Felix, who is currently not playing regularly for Chelsea.

The young playmaker has already made a name for himself in the world of football, and his potential move to Barcelona is sure to make waves. Whether it will come to fruition remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain, Felix is a talent that is definitely worth keeping an eye on.

The Premier League club recently secured a loan deal with Atletico Madrid for the talented player Felix, worth a whopping £9 million. Unfortunately, his debut with Graham Potter’s team was marred by a red card, resulting in a three-match suspension.

As Barcelona faces financial difficulties, they will be seeking a new reliable scorer for the upcoming season following Memphis Depay’s exit in January. However, the club’s financial limitations may make it difficult to secure a deal for Madrid’s prized player, due to their recent struggles with giving Gavi a proper contract.

As the season comes to an end, Chelsea may be interested in making a permanent move for Atletico Madrid’s Felix. However, they will face competition from other clubs as the loan terms do not include an option to buy. Felix joined Atletico for a staggering £113 million from Benfica in 2019 and has since made 131 appearances for the club. The attacker will be serving his final match suspension for Chelsea in their upcoming game against Fulham, but will be available for selection again when they take on West Ham on February 11.

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