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Joao Felix wants Paris Saint-Germain move amid Aston Villa interest but ex-Chelsea loanee has a problem

Bynewsmagzines

Jul 12, 2023
Joao Felix wants Paris Saint-Germain move amid Aston Villa interest but ex-Chelsea loanee has a problem


Joao Felix is reportedly eyeing a move to Paris Saint-Germain following the end of his loan spell with Chelsea.

The Portuguese, who joined Atletico Madrid in a £113million deal from Porto in 2019, is contracted at his club until 2027.

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Felix is in a sticky situationCredit: Getty

However the former Blues loanee is understood to be eager to leave Atleti having fallen out with manager Diego Simeone prior to his move to London.

After scoring just four goals in 20 appearances in all competitions, the west Londoners decided against turning his temporary stay into a permanent switch.

But now Felix has switched his attention to a move to Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain.

According to AS, the 23-year-old is sold on playing in the Champions League and fighting for titles. However the French outfit haven’t reached out to him, as per Marca.

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The Spanish outlet also reports there has been long term interest from Aston Villa, with the Villans keen to make him their flagship player, however, the Premier League side can only offer Conference League football.

It’s also been reported the winger wants to leave the club as soon as possible, even before the pre season tour starting on July 24.

He had been linked with a move to Galatasaray after the Turkish Super Lig club’s president dropped a hint the winger was in for a shock move.

But until a club that fits Felix’s requirements and Atletico’s whopping release clause, the ex-Porto star will be with the LaLiga side for the foreseeable.

Felix and Simeone do not see eye to eye

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Felix and Simeone do not see eye to eyeCredit: Getty

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