Man City Set Up Move For Atletico Madrid Joao Felix (Full Details)

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Manchester City are now looking at Atletico Madrid striker Joao Felix as their possible target ahead of 2022, MySportDab reports.

The Premier League side are in the market for another number 9 after seeing Sergio Aguero leave during the summer window.

Manchester City have been chasing after Harry Kane who is likely not to join them as they are now looking at Joao Felix as their new target.

Atletico Madrid has not been a good place for the youngster who now find it hard to get regular playing time after falling out of favor.

This move could be the breakthrough he needs in other to give him regular playing time which he used to enjoy when he first made the move.

Guardiola planning rebuild at end of season as he needs another number 9 to give Gabriel Jesus more competition in the position.

Manchester City will move for Atletico Madrid forward Joao Felix at the end of the season as part of a summer rebuild, according to reports reaching us from Fichajes.

Felix is said to be unhappy in Spain after falling out with Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone who no more see him as capable enough to start games.

The youngster who made a record breaking move to Spain has been thrown out of the starting lineup which is now occupied by other players.

Manchester City are therefore ready to moved for the player who signed for more than £100m from Benfica

They could make him their marquee buy in a summer of spending which will see them also make some few additions as they normally do.

Joao Felix

The move could be one that might happen as they are already looking to take away their interest off Harry Kane who has been misfiring.

Joao Felix to Manchester City is a possibility waiting to happen as the Premier League side are able to afford whatever price named by Atletico Madrid.

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