Since the summer transfer deadline arrived, Joao Félix has played just twice for FC Barcelona so far, but he already appears to be making a good impression.
After a lively cameo in his debut against CA Osasuna, the 23-year-old he scored his first goal for the club last weekend against Real Betis in his first start, while some of his combinations and combinations with Alejandro Balde and Robert Lewandowski were tantalizing.
Erasing all doubts
It is no secret that the signing of Félix did not have complete unanimous agreement among the Barcelona coaching staff.
In fact, it was reported on multiple occasions that the manager Xavi Hernández himself had some doubts about its acquisition, although he has since denied such speculation.
Now, Adrian Sanchez It is reported that there were indeed some members of staff who had doubts about Felix and how he would fit into the scheme of things at Barcelona.
But after watching the 23-year-old Portugal international in some training, all those doubts were completely dispelled and skeptics now believe he can be an important piece of this team’s puzzle.
Felix in a good moment.
Félix has made a brilliant start to life at Barça, scoring his first goal for the club last weekend against Betis, building on his goal for Portugal during the international break.
Having barely played in recent months prior to this run, the former SL Benfica prodigy will be keen to make the most of this promising start and continue to become a more vital player for the blaugrana.
It should be noted that Barcelona does not have a purchase option for the 23-year-old, but if the season goes well, there will be negotiations with Atlético Madrid for a permanent transfer.