Chelsea is try there level best to sign the portuguese international midfilder who joined chelsea on a loan deal of 11 million euros for six month.
The player has played a role of the number 10 in Chelsea football club and he has fantastic scoring 1 goal in 9 appearences and causing troubles to the opponents. Chelsea football club will have to convince Atletico Madrid with atlest 100 million euros to sign the Portuguese on a 5 year deal.
Sources have ESPN's James Olley that the Spanish Club wants The English giants to pay €126 million transfer.
According to Feargal Brennan , the two clubs are having some terms and negotiations for the Portuguese.
The Portuguese international has struggled to maintain a consistent place in Diego Simeone’s plans following his arrival in Madrid from Benfica in 2019.
Despite picking up a Premier League suspension last month, the Blues have been impressed with his impact, amid rumours they are willing to offload Mason Mount, to retain Felix.
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