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The franchise player who will be the face of the new Red Devils project

By Harry Smith

The franchise player who will be the face of the new Red Devils project

This player was tempted by the alleged offer from Man Utd, the player denied having any contact with the English club

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Every summer transfer window is full of information about Manchester United rumours, it's nothing new for the reason that they are always present in the bidding to get the best players, whenever there is a player consolidated in transfer rumours there is always a rumour at Old Trafford.

The lack of attacking players in the team, problems in the dressing room for cases such as the Frenchman, Anthony Martial, or even the last few weeks concerning the case of Cristiano Ronaldo, causes the team to look for a player who has the youth and talent to become the face of the restructuring.

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The 22-year-old Joao Felix, who after injury problems is establishing himself as one of the key players for Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone, and when talking about a player with these conditions, there are also high figures for a possible signing.

Some media reports claim that Man Utd had the intention of offering him to be the franchise player of the renewed project. The local competition has become increasingly complicated, Manchester City seem to be at an unattainable pace, Liverpool are in doubt but still a very difficult team, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are at a very competitive level.

£130 million is what various media outlets say was offered to tempt the Portuguese player into this ambitious project. Manchester United want to return to the highest competitive level in the domestic competition, but above all at international level. The interest is still valid because the conditions of the player would benefit both parties.


Joao Felix seems to be looking for his best version away from injuries.


In the past seasons the Portuguese player was limited in minutes, many games of rest, sometimes with flashes of his talent. The Red Devils will not miss the opportunity in the winter transfer window to tempt the striker's wishes for the future.


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