Barcelona forward João Félix believes his long-term future at the club is uncertain, but is concentrating on winning trophies and enjoying his time at the club.
Félix, 24, joined the Spanish giants on loan from Atlético Madrid in the summer. Since his move, the forward has impressed, recording six goal contributions in his 15 games this season.
Although there is nothing concrete about this deal becoming permanent in the summer, it is likely that the Catalan club will attempt to sign him. However, Atlético will likely demand a large fee for the player and this could make the situation complicated, as Barca currently have a delicate financial situation.
A solution to this issue could be another loan, which would give the La Liga holders more time to acquire the funds for the Portugal international. However, a potential stumbling block to this could be the fact that Los Colchoneros ideally want to recoup the €126m fee they paid Benfica back in 2019 for the player.
Félix on his future
As reported by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Félix has reiterated his desire to win many trophies with the Blaugrana, while also admitting that his future at the club remains uncertain.
He said: “I’m here to enjoy it to the fullest because the future is always uncertain, no one knows what will happen.
“I hope to win trophies, which is what any player strives for. It’s to win trophies and I hope to end this year with some!”
Rajan Sangha | GSFN