Clubs are reportedly ready to trigger Joao Felix's €120 million (£106m/$134m) release clause with the teenager's rapid rise continuing on Wednesday as he made his international debut during Portugal's 3-1 win over Switzerland in the Nations League semi-finals.
Speaking after the game, the in-demand teenager said a decision on his club future was around the corner.
"Now I'm focused on the national team," Joao Felix told reporters.
"After finishing the Nations League, I'm going to resolve my life."
The forward scored 20 goals in all competitions for his club this season, quickly leading to comparisons to Cristiano Ronaldo.
"He is an idol, a world icon, an example for everyone," Joao Felix told Tuttosport.
"The mere fact of being next to him, of being able to train with a monster like him, would allow me to grow further.
"He always wants to improve. He is an inspiration for me."
After initially being part of Porto's youth set-up, Joao Felix joined Benfica's ranks in 2015 and made his senior debut in August 2018.
A week later he became the youngest player to score in the Lisbon derby as his performances helped Benfica to the Primeira Liga title.
Benfica’s executive manager Domingos Soares de Oliveira told TVI124 in May: “The goal is to keep the squad. If someone hits 100 million for Felix, the intention is not to sell.
“100 million is a lot of money, there has never been a player sold for that amount in Portugal, but the goal is to win on the pitch and we will do everything in that direction.
“Today, if they do not meet 120 million, the player stays.”