Chelsea might land everlasting Felix deal in summer time on account of clause in Atletico mortgage

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CHELSEA’S mega spending spree might embrace a everlasting deal for Joao Felix in the summertime – because of a clause in his mortgage transfer.

The Portugal attacker, 23, is underneath contract at Atletico Madrid till 2027 however will assess his future as soon as his non permanent spell at Stamford Bridge ends.

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Frontman Joao Felix is at Chelsea on mortgage for the second half of the season however that might develop into a everlasting deal if each events are blissfulCredit score: Getty

Felix‘s six-month change to the Premier League value Chelsea a £10million charge and makes him their fourth highest earner on round £250,000 every week.

And The Athletic say his mortgage deal features a clause that makes a full switch doable.

It is claimed Felix’s agent Jorge Mendes helped engineer the transfer for the remainder of the season to assist in giving the wideman extra choices for the longer term.

And nobody can doubt Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly is backing robust phrases of assist for under-pressure supervisor Graham Potter with laborious money.

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The Blues are tipped to launch one remaining push for World Cup-winning midfielder Enzo Fernandez this month.

Benfica have resisted promoting the Argentina hero, who has a £105m launch clause, however Chelsea are contemplating an elevated provide of £60m plus add-ons.

Chelsea’s six January signings to date have value £189m – with one or two extra recruits possible.

Beating Arsenal to  Shakhtar Donetsk’s £97m winger Mykhailo Mudryk topped the lot.

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However Benoit Badiashile, David Datro Fofana, Andrey Santos and Noni Madueke did not come low cost both.

It means spending because the summer time underneath Boehly is pushing £400m – for a facet sitting solely tenth within the Premier League.



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