Manchester United are linked with a highly rated Portuguese youngster in the form of Joao Felix.
According to Record, Manchester United ‘accumulate reports’ ahead of a potential move to sign the Benfica starlet, who has a mammoth release clause of €120million (£106million).
The renowned Portuguese outlet have claimed that even the likes of Manchester City and Barcelona are interested in him.
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At the age of just 19, Felix is a regular starter with the Primeira Liga giants and his form has been fantastic.
In the current campaign, the teenage sensation has started five league games so far and has directly contributed in as many goals (4 goals and 1 assists).
Felix is naturally a secondary striker but he can effectively play as a winger on either flank. The youngster is fast and is not shy when it comes to showing his skills on the ball. Moreover, he is extremely confident.
Estoril’s chief scout believes that the Benfica starlet is one of the five most talented players born in 1999 (Record).
As far as Manchester United are concerned, they are so far going fantastically well under Solskjaer and for now, they really do not need to strengthen the attacking department, especially by luring a teenager for a huge fee.
In the current transfer window, Woodward should back Solskjaer and sign a top class defender for him to strengthen things up at the back.
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