Times: Atletico Madrid asked for 8 million pounds to rent Felix plus pay, Manchester United is not willing to meet

According to the Times, Atletico Madrid want to lease Felix 8 million pounds, but Manchester United are not satisfied.
The Times said that in the face of a shortage of funds, Manchester United would prefer to sign or loan a player for a small transfer fee until the end of the season. Manchester United are interested in Felix but are unwilling to meet Atletico Madrid’s demands. Atletico Madrid are ready to let Felix leave and ask the buyer to pay a £8 million loan fee and pay for the rest of the season. The total cost of the deal is about 16 million pounds, which is too much for Manchester United, and Atletico Madrid insist on not adding an option buyout clause.
Felix, 23, joined Atletico Madrid from Benfica in the summer of 2019 for £110 million, but failed to adapt to Simone’s tactical requirements. Manchester United are hoping to sign a short-term contract with an Indian centre-forward when the transfer window reopens, but can also switch to a full-fledged attacker if the right player moves at a reasonable price.
Meanwhile, Tenhaher did not rule out the possibility of bringing Dean Henderson back to Manchester United next season, saying: “at the end of the season, we will make a decision, which depends on a lot of factors. I think he played very well in the forest.”