Joao Felix has acknowledged that his future with Chelsea beyond the summer is uncertain.
Joao Felix signed a loan deal with Chelsea during the January transfer window, but his chances of committing permanently to the Blues were all but dashed when he was dismissed on his first appearance.
During the January transfer window, the attacker transferred from Atletico Madrid to the Blues on loan until the end of the campaign.
However, 58 minutes into his debut for the Blues against Fulham, he received a straight red card, and as a result, he was suspended for three games.
Chelsea continued to make significant purchases during his absence, adding Mykhaylo Mudryk and David Datro Fofana to their roster.
Due to this, there are now questions about whether Felix will actually move to Stamford Bridge permanently after his loan period is through.
Felix seems to be unsure about what will happen to him after the season is over. According to the Portugal international, the loan arrangement does not include an option for Chelsea to buy, so they would have to negotiate with Atletico.
“They don’t have the option to buy. They would need to work out a deal with Atlético. I’ve only been here for a month or a few weeks. I am fully informed.
I am really comfortable, but nobody can predict the future,” he said to AS. “As we all know, it’s a fantastic club. The buildings are excellent and feature everything. It is extremely well organized. “
“Since there have been so many signings, it is definitely evident. The club itself is undergoing changes as well; new members are joining and other adjustments are being made. You can tell by looking at it that it is a wealthy club.”
Potter acknowledged his anger at Felix’s dismissal before he had even completed a whole game for his new team. The Blues’ manager, though, felt that his performance against Fulham demonstrated his talent.
“Although there was no intent in the forward’s tackle, I can see why it received a red card. Right now, the blows keep coming.”
After the loss at Craven Cottage, Potter observed, “It’s one of those really painful occasions for us. You can tell he has talent. He is a top-tier athlete.
He risked danger by grabbing the ball. He could have scored, which makes it much more painful that we will be without him for three games.”