Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Barcelona are all ‘attentive’ to João Félix’s situation at Atlético Madrid.

That’s according to A Bola, who state the 22-year-old ‘wants to leave’ the club in January.

The forward’s relationship with Diego Simeone is ‘irreparable’ and he ‘feels like a victim’ of his manager.

The Portugal international has lost patience and is looking to change clubs in the winter market. This has alerted Manchester United and other clubs.

Félix is yet to score for the La Liga side and has managed three assists from 11 matches this campaign. He didn’t get any minutes in his side’s 0-0 draw against Club Brugge in the Champions League.

The ex-Benfica man played through pain in Los Rojiblancos’ title winning campaign during the 2020/21 season. He underwent surgery during the pre-season, and the report points that out now to state player didn’t ‘feel the coach’s recognition’ then.

Manchester United allegedly tried signing the attacker in the summer window. The Red Devils reportedly made a €130m bid, but it was rejected by the Spanish club. Simeone and the Atlético chiefs convinced Félix to continue at the club this season.

A Bola have found out through an Atlético representative that Félix is bullied at the club and had reported this to Los Rojiblancos’ leaders. They state that what happened on Wednesday [Felix was furious being left on the bench] was not an isolated incident.

This is why the player ‘wants to leave’ Atlético, and Manchester United, who tried signing him in the summer, are one of the clubs ‘attentive’ to his situation.

A Bola end their report by stating: ‘There is no turning back. Divorce between Simeone and João Félix without possibility of reconciliation. To the point that the forward wants to slam the door in January!’