Man Utd, Arsenal, Liverpool and Newcastle interested in signing Joao Felix

Felix could go away to get the right offer in January (Image: Getty)

Atlético Madrid get ready to make money on Joao Felix with Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Newcastle United Football Club all interested in his services.

Antoine Griezmann’s return to Atletico in the summer limited Felix’s playing time at the Wanda Metropolitano as injury also disrupted his campaign.

The 22-year-old was an unused substitute in the crucial Champions League match against Porto with a potential departure in January now due to a card.

Based on ASAtletico president Gil Marin has told Felix’s agent Jorge Mendes that if he makes a suitable offer, the club will let him go.

The report also names the English teams that have inquired about the Portugal international at United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Newcastle.

United and Arsenal are among the clubs interested (Image: Getty)

Newcastle are expected to make several signings in January following a takeover by Saudi Arabia in October and while they have made a lucrative offer for Felix, that is who the player is. least interested.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are believed to have made significant offers for the attacking midfielder earlier this year, as reported by Mundo Deportivo.

Felix joined Atletico in a £113m deal from Benfica in January 2019.

Atletico won this week’s Champions League knockout stage in a dramatic fashion, beating Porto in an unusual match with three players sent off.

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