Tottenham Hotspur reportedly express an interest in signing Joao Felix, who is currently on loan at Barcelona from Atletico Madrid.
Tottenham Hotspur are the latest club to express an interest in signing Joao Felix, according to a report.
Following an unsuccessful six-month loan spell at Chelsea during the second half of last season, the 24-year-old Atletico Madrid forward decided to join Barcelona on a temporary deal for the 2023-24 campaign.
Felix began as a first-team regular under head coach Xavi and has contributed with seven goals and five assists in 28 appearances across all competitions so far this season.
However, Felix has suffered a dip in form in recent weeks and one report claims that members of Barca’s coaching staff have doubts over whether the club should pursue a permanent deal for the forward in the summer.
Barcelona could face competition for the signature of Felix, though, as Fichajes reports that Tottenham have added Felix to their summer shortlist of targets.
It is thought that Spurs could look to step up their interest in Felix if they become aware that the forward would be interested in returning to London.
Tottenham have been tipped to strengthen their attacking options ever since Harry Kane left the club to join Bayern Munich last summer.
However, unlike Kane, all three players have predominantly operated as wingers or wide forwards under Ange Postecoglou, just like Felix under Xavi at Barcelona.
Before joining Barca on loan, Felix extended his contract with Atletico until the summer of 2029, and it remains to be seen whether manager Diego Simeone would be interested in reintegrating the forward into his first-team plans for next season.
Felix has scored 34 goals and provided 18 assists in 131 appearances for his parent club Atletico since joining from Benfica in the summer of 2019.