Premeir League Powerhouse, Chelsea will be eager to bolister their squad this winter transfer window, following their poor performances in the first half of the 2022/2023 campaign which leaves them languishing 10th in the EPL table, 10 points off 4th placed Manchester United.
Boss Graham Potter has identified the attacking department as an area in dire need of investment after Armando Broja is set to be sidelined for the remainder of the season due to injury coupled with Pierre-Emerick Aubamayeung's incosistent run upfront.
According to latest reports from renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano, the West Londoners have fully finalised a 6 months loan deal for highly rated Portuguese star Joao Felix from Spanish heavyweights Atletico Madrid. The Blues will pay a fee of €11m for the forward, in addition they will cover his full salary during his stay at Stamford Bridge.
The 23 year old has chipped in 4 goals & further provided 3 assists in his 14 Laliga appearances for the Diego Simeone's side & he will with no doubt upgrade Chelsea's blunt attack line.
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