6 clubs ask for tickets to 'fish' in the Lisbon derby

Atlético, Juventus, City, United, PSG and Bayern will be watching Bruno Fernandes and Joao Félix in the Sporting-Benfica Copa semifinals.


The Portuguese Cup will be converted this week into a great stage that will serve as a showcase for two of the stars of Sporting and Benfica: Bruno Fernandes and Joao Félix. With the incentive to follow both players, the Lisbon derby of the semifinal round (Wednesday 3, 9:45 pm) will attract the attention of several major European clubs. Up to six entities have already confirmed the presence of emissaries in the Alvalade, according to Record today. Scouts of Atlético de Madrid, Juventus, Manchester City, Manchester United, PSG and Bayern will witness the match on-site.

The main attraction is without a doubt Joao Félix (19 years old) . After his explosion this season with Benfica, only an untimely injury has prevented him from making his international debut in the recent stoppage of teams and many clubs have put their eyes on the last pearl of Portuguese football, including Real Madrid. In addition to those present on Wednesday at the Alvalade, teams such as Barcelona, Dortmund, Monaco, Milan and West Ham also follow. Its clause of rescission is of 120 million euros.

With 11 internationalities, Bruno Fernandes, of 24 years, is a player already consolidated in Portuguese soccer. After forming the quarry Boavista, with 18 years he made the leap to Italy, where he played in Novara, Udinese and Sampdoria before returning last season to Portugal to join the ranks of Sporting. He was about to leave last summer in the exodus of players that occurred after the attack that the staff suffered at the hands of fifty hundred ultras in training facilities. It has a clause of cancellation of 100 million euros and Atlético is one of the teams that follows.

In the first leg, Benfica won 2-1 at Sporting. The other semifinal, which faces Braga and Oporto, will be resolved tomorrow, Tuesday 2 at 21: 15. The Casillas team faces the match with a 3-0 lead obtained in the first leg.



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