Man United and Atlético have yet to reach an agreement over the signing of Joao Felix. Liverpool, on the other hand, have a relationship with France who do not play in midfield…
United Must-Up Felix Offer
Manchester United must be stronger ‘creative’ If you really want Joao Felix to fix the striker shortage…
The Red Devils are desperate to sign a new forward, Eric Ten Hag is, but Board sees little value in the market in the mid-season window. United is therefore forced to seek short-term solutions to rather long-term problems.
During the summer Felix was in the spotlight, but it was then that Diego Simeone was still adored by the Portuguese star. Since then, the 23-year-old has struggled to get into Atlético’s Madrid squad, with the Spanish club now accepting permanent and temporary offers.
However, they are not so keen on kicking Felix out as considering United’s current offer.according to Relevothe Red Devils are ready to give Atletico £3.5m to borrow Felix for the rest of the season. increase.
Caicedo on the Chelsea Radar
Chelsea also has a relationship with Felix but is busy now Do not sign Enzo Fernandez.
If the Blues fail to reach an agreement with Benfica, they will likely pay full sacking clauses for the Argentine international midfielder at this point.When CBS Secretary Ben Jacobs claims that Moises Caicedo will be very much in the spotlight heading into 2023.
Caicedo may have to wait until the summer, especially if Chelsea are determined to sign Mihailo Madrik over Arsenal. Independent Claim. The Ukrainian winger apparently likes the idea of moving to the Emirates, but Gunners’ second bid for around £62m, some distance from Shakhtar’s valuationand Madrik may have to reconsider his options if Chelsea make it clear they take precedence over any offer Arsenal puts on the table.
Liverpool follow up against France
Liverpool need a midfielder. So obviously they are linked with another forward.
RMC Sport believes the Reds are one of many clubs watching Randal Kolomuani. The Eintracht Frankfurt forward set a record at the World Cup in France after he scored five goals and he had 10 assists in the Bundesliga before going to Qatar.
Apparently, the 24-year-old will cost at least £53 million.
Read more: Complete list of all Premier League signings and sales in the January 2023 transfer market