Manchester United have been linked with Portuguese international and Atletico Madrid attacker, Joao Felix, for some time.
Last week, we covered a story via Cadena Ser and stated that the Red Devils, who wanted the Seleccao star in summer, are interested in signing him this winter.
At the weekend, Mundo Deportivo covered a report and claimed (press image provided below) that the Rojiblancos could sell a number of players after getting knocked out of Europe.
The Spanish news source have mentioned that the futures of Felix, Morata, Llorente and Carrasco are up in the air and they might be sold to improve the financial situation.
As far as the former Benfica attacker is concerned, MD claim that the open confrontation with manager, Diego Simeone and the lack of first regular first team football is pushing the player away from the Wanda Metropolitano.
The problem here is that Atletico paid 127 million euros for him, an amount that no club is going to pay right now.
In fact, it is stated that the current valuation of the player is just 70 million euros (£61million). Should Man Utd pay £61million to sign Joao Felix?
The Catalan source claim Marcos Llorente is also on the agenda at Old Trafford. The Spaniard is wanted by Liverpool as well and his market value is around 40 million euros.