Read Up “Joao Felix’s future is uncertain when Atletico Madrid gave Antoine Griezmann his number.” Griezmann has worn the No.8 shirt since his return to the club from Barcelona, but now reclaims his old number he rose to fame wearing before his move to the Nou Camp.

Felix had worn the No.7 shirt ever since his £112million arrival from Benfica, but has now had it stripped from him amid the doubts over whether he’ll play for the club again.

The Portuguese has fallen out with Diego Simeone, with the player making it clear he no longer wants to work with the long-term Atleti boss.

He spent part of last season at Chelsea, and although he impressed with several bright performances, he did not do enough to convince the Blues to sign him permanently.

And so Felix’s career is currently in limbo, with the 23-year-old currently without a squad number at his current club and no obvious route out of Atletico in sight.

Joao Felix's Future Is Uncertain When Atletico Madrid Gave Antoine Griezmann His Number
Joao Felix’s Future Is Uncertain When Atletico Madrid Gave Antoine Griezmann His Number

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