Joao Felix To Man United On The Table In New Transfer Twist (Details)

by Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili
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Joao Felix permanent move to Chelsea could hit another twist as Manchester United get involved, MySportDab reports.

The Portuguese International who rejected other Premier League teams to join Chelsea in the January window on loan could change his mind and move elsewhere.

Joao Felix is a serious target for Manchester United who could do everything possible to make sure they hijack the move which is expected to go the way of the Blues.

The Old Trafford club will attempt to poach the Portuguese player when his Chelsea loan spell expires during the summer window.

Meanwhile there are reports of a possible £150 million which could come with the deal for the Atletico Madrid player who isn’t looking at going back to Spain.

According to reports reaching us, the Old Trafford club are hoping to offer a better permanent deal for the forward when the summer window open for business.

Joao Felix loan move to Chelsea did not include any option to make the deal a permanent one despite the heavy fee pay for an agreement.

The player will leave when the summer window open and Manchester United are now hoping to break in that space to try make a deal happen.

There has been talks making way that Chelsea are already working on making the move permanent before the window open for business.

There hasn’t been any official confirmation as the Blues are still focus on the current season at hand which they need to make everything possible happen.

Felix have made his impact felt at Stamford Bridge under the expense of Mason Mount having to find it difficult to get any playing time with the team.

As the case may be, there could be a lot of names leaving during the summer window and if care is not taken, Joao Felix could also opt to join another team.

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