Manchester United have plenty of work to do to seal a deal for Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix with a big discrepancy between their valuations.
Manchester United continue to be the centre of plenty of January transfer window speculation.
Erik ten Haga’s team are likely to be active in the transfer market following Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure.
United are in the mix for a top-four finish but are looking to strengthen their squad in January to boost their chances.
Manchester United are still a long way from agreeing a deal with Atletico Madrid over a loan deal for Joao Felix, with the Red Devils only prepared to offer €4m (£3.5m), according to Relevo.
According to the report, Atleti want between €12m and €13m (£10.6m and £11.4m) for the 23-year-old Portuguese striker.
There has been no shortage of clubs linked with Felix, including Arsenal, but United are firmly in the mix for a lucrative move.