Man United fans urge Solskjaer to sign Benfica's Joao Felix after stunning hat-trick

Man United fans urge Solskjaer to sign Benfica's Joao Felix after stunning hat-trick

- Man United fans have requested Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make Joao Felix his priority in the summer

- The 19-year-old scored a sensational hat-trick in Benfica's 4-2 win over Frankfurt in the Europa League

- Felix is also being monitored by top European clubs ahead of the summer transfer window

Manchester United fans are calling on the club's boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sign Benfica prodigy Joao Felix after his remarkable display in the Europa League.

The 19-year-old Portuguese sensation has been linked with a move to Old Trafford but he is also being monitored by other top European heavyweights when the summer transfer window opens.

Scouts across Europe were in attendance to watch Felix play for Benfica in their first leg Europa League quarter final game against Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt.

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And he did not disappoint with an exceptional display against the German side, scoring a hat-trick in Benfica's 4-2 in Lisbon.

United fans who saw Felix's game commented on Twitter and asked Solskajer to sign the teenager during the summer window.

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One supporter wrote: "Sign him up Man Utd. Joao Felix is the name!", while another added: "We've got to sign Joao Felix. Kid is class."

A third wrote: "United need to sign Joao Felix this summer... splash the cash, this kid is a baller," and a fourth concluded: "Please forget about Sancho and sign Joao Felix.

"That kid would bring Manchester United's glory back for sure."

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Marcus Rashford is close to signing a new contract worth £300,000-per-week at Manchester United, reports claim.

The 21-year-old's current deal at Old Trafford is set to end next season and Spanish heavyweights Barcelona and Real Madrid are understood to be in the race. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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