June 3, 2023

Chelsea has a lot of major transfer decisions to make this summer, including whether or not to prolong Joao Felix’s loan tenure at Stamford Bridge.
Joao Felix is undoubtedly a player that divides Chelsea fans. As a social media observer, I see regular conversations and debates regarding whether the Blues should extend his contract for the coming season.

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The 23-year-old has four games left on his Chelsea loan contract after joining the club in the January transfer window. Felix cost almost £10 million to come on loan from Atletico Madrid. He has divided Chelsea fans in his 17 outings for the club thus far.
On Saturday, Felix scored his third goal for the Blues, giving Frank Lampard his first win since returning to the club. With a beautiful finish into the bottom corner, the Portugal international came off the bench to seal the victory for the visitors at the Vitality Stadium. He finished instinctively since he didn’t have much time to think about it, which tends to fit him better when he’s in front of goal.
We’ve seen Felix have too much time on the ball and the following shot not be up to par far too many times. Many of his admirers have grown more dissatisfied with his absence of a finished product. If he had it in his game, he’d be one of the finest footballers in the world, since everything else about him is spectacular.
However, it is the absence of an end product that distinguishes world-class offensive players from those regarded as “good.” Felix isn’t quite in the ‘world-class’ category yet, but he has a lot of promise. Despite being around for what feels like an eternity, he’s still only 23 years old and has the potential to become a world-beater. Will it, however, be at Chelsea?
According to Football. London, both sides are interested in extending Felix’s time at Stamford Bridge into next season. The Portugal forward has settled in well in London and has truly loved his stay at the club thus far, as seen by his celebration on Saturday. The feeling is reciprocal, and Chelsea would like to extend his stay but would be hesitant to pay what Atletico Madrid would expect for him, which according to sources in Spain might be about £80 million.
Another loan agreement is an option for Chelsea and Felix, and it may be the best choice at this point. When everything is said and done, the skilled attacker has performed well. He’s joined a Chelsea team that is in disarray, lacking confidence, and has played under three managers in a short period.
Next season, when a new head coach is hired, and it appears that Mauricio Pochettino will be that guy, you may be able to judge the former Benfica striker properly. It doesn’t seem fair to criticize him, or any of Chelsea’s new additions, after what has been a debacle of a season.

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There doesn’t appear to be much damage in attempting to extend Felix’s contract – it appears to be the best choice for all parties. Go ahead and do that, and we’ll talk about it again this time next year. Hopefully, by then, he will be firing in a Chelsea side headed by Pochettino that is still fighting for a place in the Premier League.

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