19-year-old Jao Felix is one of the most sought-after Portuguese talents. The attacking midfielder, who could also be on the wing, played 20 matches this season against Benfica in all competitions in which he scored seven goals and scoring two assists.
A few weeks ago foreign media reported that a team player from Lisbon is interested in heads, including Borussia Dortmund, Atletico Madrid or Liverpool. The latter club should even have paid EUR 70 million, but was immediately rejected. This is because Felix has a clause in the contract amounting to up to EUR 120 million.
This amount has so far not been avoided by Bayern Munich, which was looking for a successor for Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery (both leaving the Bavarian team after the season). Until recently, it looked like Callum Hudson-Odoi, but Chelsea rejected up to five offers for sale. The last figure was 46 million euros. In this situation, Felix is an alternative solution, but the commanders of German masters will certainly not want to pay for him up to 120 million euros. To this end, they are about to begin negotiations with Benfica representatives.
More names on the Bayern list
On the Bayern Munich list you will also find Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen or Timo Werner from RB Leipzig. In summer Bayern plans to make transfers and make a small revolution in its composition. The meeting can also be with Marina Hermos of Espanyol, although Lucas Hernandez of Atlético Madrid is still a priority.