Earlier on Wednesday, we covered a report from Spain claiming that Manchester United were one of three clubs looking to sign João Félix.

It’s no secret the player is on his way out from Atlético Madrid, where he has struggled to get first-team football under Diego Simeone this season.

His performances at the World Cup have reminded everyone why the La Liga side initially paid €120m to sign him from Benfica, and while his future in Spain seems to be over, clubs like Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are ready to welcome him.

That’s according to Calciomercato on Wednesday, who point out the three clubs are ‘more than thinking’ about the Portuguese star.

They kick off with Manchester United, reminding everyone that Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer at Old Trafford, and they are looking for his replacement.

His exit leaves a ‘void too big not to be filled’, and they add Félix ‘would be the perfect reinforcement’ for Erik ten Hag, due to his ‘positioning on the pitch, talent and age’.

It’s believed the Dutch manager ‘would be able to make the most of the Portuguese’s qualities’ at Manchester United, where the number 7 shirt ‘is there waiting for a new owner’.

Still, he won’t be cheap, and it remains to be seen if any of those aforementioned clubs are ready to surpass €100m for him.