According to Relevo, Los Rojiblancos will not want to let their players continue to play for their opponents.
Barcelona will certainly be disappointed to receive Atletico Madrid’s reaction to trying to bring Joao Felix back to the club on loan for the 2024/25 season.
The Blaugrana completed a deal with Felix on a season-long loan from Atletico Madrid on the final day of the summer transfer window.
Los Rojiblancos have confirmed their decision to extend Felix’s contract ahead of his move, as they still believe in a long-term position for the player in Madrid.
The Portugal international has shown his ability in Catalonia, but he has created division at Barcelona over whether they should keep him or not.
A report from Diario Sport claims Barcelona have offered to bring Felix back on loan next summer, with a buyout clause that could be applied in 2025.
However, despite the fact that Barcelona needs a flexible financial solution for this deal, the latest update from Relevo states that Atletico will refuse any loan offers made.
Atletico may be willing to go on loan, with a loan fee of 15 million euros and a mandatory buyout clause, but they will not accept any further extensions from Barcelona.