“Give them Jovic and 80 million euros”, Real Madrid fans want to break the agreement with Atletico Madrid

Mario Cortegana announced that Real Madrid had violated the non-aggression agreement with Atletico Madrid’s Colchoneros to be able to sign his players in the future. However, Casa Blanca supporters were quick to respond after the news of the brother’s news, and the latter quickly responded in social networks to the claim of the Portuguese Joao Felix. According to the Tribuna daily, Real fans are asking Florentino Perez to offer Jovic and 80 million euros for Joao Felix.

In fact, colleague Mario Cortegana specifies that the non-aggression pact applies only to young players. And if Real Madrid wanted to sign a player in the first team, they would have to talk to Atletico first, according to Tribuna.

XavsFutbol: “If we are really planning to break this agreement with Atletico, it is time to free Joao Felix from his chains Simon and find a way to integrate it into our xi. Its the right thing to do. »

Locontee: “Real Madrid should go ahead and get Joao Felix now that the agreement has been completely broken.

“I was knocking on Atletico’s door, I would tell them that here is Jovic (Free Mariano) and 80 million euros for Joao Felix. The abundance of ‘secondary strikers’ may allow this to happen as they still have Grizzland, Koha and Angel Correa to play the role.”

Soda: “Joao Felix at Real Madrid? He needs to build his muscles but he could become Kaka in 2007 under Don Carlo.”

Felix is ​​considered one of the most talented young men in the world. However, his move to Atlético was not entirely successful. This season, the Portuguese scored 10 goals and six assists in 35 matches.

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