FC Bayern Munich reportedly offered 100 million euros for João Félix from Atlético Madrid in the summer. This is reported by the Spanish sports newspaper mark. Accordingly, Bayern wanted to install the Portuguese on the offensive as a successor to Robert Lewandowski, who had switched to FC Barcelona.
However, FCB failed with his offer, as the Madrilenians were counting on a positive development with their former €127 million new signing.
In the current season, however, João Félix has had a very difficult time: he is only a regular bench player and has to be content with just a few minutes – as was the case in the 3-2 defeat in Cádiz on Saturday, to which he contributed a goal.
Three clubs reportedly interested in João Félix
João Félix is still under contract with Atlético until 2026, but in Spain it is said that due to the bad relationship with coach Diego Simeone, he would like to leave in winter and at the latest in summer. The Bayern interest in him should not have subsided after the summer, but still exist. But PSG and an English club were also recently associated with him by the Spanish media.
Atlético transferred 127 million euros to Benfica in Lisbon in 2019 for the 22-year-old.