Chelsea are reportedly closing in on a loan deal for Atletico Madrid club-record signing Joao Felix in January. This is according to FotMob latest news.
Joao who is 23, was signed in 2019 for 126million dollars after winning the European Golden Boy award with Benfica, shattering Atletico's previous transfer record of Thomas Lemar by over 50m dollars.
However, despite scoring 33 goals for his new club, Felix has struggled to consistently earn a spot in their starting eleven with seven of his twelve LaLiga appearances this season coming as a substitute.
Having made such a substantial investment, Atletico Madrid are not willing to sell him at a massive loss just yet, and while they have made him available for transfer, a loan move to rehabilitate his value appears far more likely.
Chelsea are waiting and are ready to play this evening in their English premier league match,they are welcoming Bournemouth at Stanford bridge.
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