Joao Felix is on the verge of moving on from Madrid. Journalist David Ornstein of ‘The Athletic‘ claims that Chelsea and Atletico Madrid have reached an agreement for him to be on loan from Chelsea until the end of the current campaign.
Enrique Cerezo, the president of Atletico Madrid, was unambiguous when questioned about Joao Felix and his future following the match against Barcelona. The captain of the Madrid team made it plain that he believed the Portuguese player was content there, but that he was unsure of his exact playing plans for the upcoming campaign.
What the president of “Colchonero” said on Monday was lost in the wind. A deal has been agreed with Chelsea for him to depart on a loan contract until the end of the season, according to journalist David Ornstein of “The Athletic.”
According to Ornstein, the deal will cost €11 million and have no buyback clause. If the Blues felt he was a good fit, signing him would be explored in June.
Despite the fact that the agreement is practically complete, according to “Marca,” the Atletico board is remaining cool and is open to receiving a substantial offer before Joao travels to London.