Newly promoted Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers are the latest club to show an interest in one of the transfer targets of three-time European champions Manchester United.
Joao Felix is arguably the most wanted talent in European football and Manchester United are in the running to sign the young Portuguese attacker.
The 19-year-old is on the payroll of Portuguese Super League outfit Benfica.
His performances for the former European Cup winners have led to the interest of several major European sides like Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and many more.
Joao Felix has scored seven goals and provided three assists in 13 appearances for Benfica in the Portuguese top flight this term.
The Wolves interest was revealed by the Daily Mirror whose publication claim that club manager Nuno Espirito Santo want to sign Joao Felix.
Ex-FC Porto goalkeeper Nuno Santo has already masterminded the arrival of several Portuguese players to Wolves since the Portuguese tactician was appointed the club’s manager.
The player can perform well in each of the forward positions and he recently signed a new contract with Benfica to take his release clause to €120m (£105m) with the Portuguese club adamant that potential suitors will have to pay the aforementioned release clause in full.