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Wolves Become One Of The Favourites To Sign Juventus And United Target João Félix

Wolves Become One Of The Favourites To Sign Juventus And United Target João Félix

Could Wolverhampton Wanderers beat the likes of Juventus, Manchester United and PSG in the race to sign Benfica star João Félix?

Adnan Riaz

Adnan Riaz

Wolverhampton Wanderers have become one of the odds-on favourites to sign the highly rated João Félix from Benfica.

The 19-year-old Portuguese forward has put Europe's biggest clubs, from Juventus to Manchester United, on notice after a superb season with the Primeira Liga side.

However, Oddschecker has slashed the odds of Wolves snapping up Félix from 8/1 to 4/1.

"João Félix has some of the biggest clubs in the world chasing him, but Wolves do seem to have an advantage when shopping in Portugal," Oddschecker spokesman George Elek said.

"With both Wolves and Leicester recruiting some of Europe's top talent, could the days of the big six be under threat?"

Juventus remain the favourites to land the Portugal under-19 and under-21 international at 3/1, who has a release clause of €120m.

Behind Wolves are Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United at 5/1 and Manchester City and West Ham United at 8-1.


Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are 12/1, 14/1 and 16/1 respectively to sign the Benfica star.

Wolves have had a fantastic season in the Premier League under manager Nuno Espírito Santo, but the club are already looking to build on their success ahead of the new campaign.

Earlier this month, the club smashed their transfer record to sign Raúl Jiménez from Benfica for a fee of €38m, having been impressed with his form at the Molineux Stadium during his season-long loan.


It had previously been reported that Wolves would be ready to smash their club-transfer record again on Marseille star Morgan Sanson, with the side willing to pay up to €42m (£36.5m) for him.

Nuno's men are seventh in the Premier League with two matches remaining. Wolves will host Fulham at the Molineux Stadium on Saturday before travelling to Anfield on 12th May for their clash against Liverpool.

Which club will sign Félix in the summer?

Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Football News, Football, Primeira Liga, Premier League, Nuno Espirito Santo, João Félix, Wolves, Benfica