DOB: 10 November 1999.
Teams: Portugal & AtlÃ©tico de Madrid.
Who is Portugal’s JoÃ£o FÃ©lix?
When a club has paid â¬126 million for your services, the fourth-highest transfer fee of all time, you know youâve got some talent.
In the summer of 2019, having won the Primeira Liga, JoÃ£o FÃ©lix left his boyhood club Benfica for AtlÃ©tico de Madrid for the monumental fee.
Just before this move, heâd helped Portugal win the UEFA Nations League on home soil, starting the semi-final victory over Switzerland.
Since, heâs scored three times for A SeleÃ§Ã£o including home and away against Croatia in the second iteration of the Nations League.
At club level though, JoÃ£o FÃ©lix has struggled to make as much of an impact.
Heâs scored just 19 times in 76 appearances for los Colchoneros and was largely little more than a bit part player as Atleti won La Liga this season.
Free from playing for Diego Simeone, could FÃ©lix shine for Portugal this summer?
Without doubt, the defending European Champions have one of the most talented squads in Europe and this includes in attacking areas.
Fernando Santos has to form a cohesive XI with offensive options including Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes, AndrÃ© Silva, captain Cristiano Ronaldo, FÃ©lix and others to choose from.
They are one of the favourites to go all the way so will JoÃ£o FÃ©lix be given the opportunity to showcase his talents?