News from London: Fabrizio Romano on potential permanent Joao Felix to Chelsea transfer

Transfer legend Fabrizio Romano has given an update on a possible permanent move for Joao Felix to the Premier League with the Blues. The Pride of London take a look and offer our opinion on the matter – you’ll be able to guess our verdict!

Some things never change. But, after one fairly thrilling week, they have for CFC gaffer Graham Potter. Subsequent to not a single win in six Premier League and Champions League outings respectively, the west London won in both competitions over the previous three days. We went from chairman Todd Boehly presumably on the verge of making a change, all the way to the co-owner celebrating in the dressing room with the squad after the game, beer in hand. Quite the turnaround.

Although, not all is well as the Blues have much to do in order to salvage a savaged season. While the Leeds United victory wasn’t a perfect performance, the strained and fraught win became a suitable foundation to build upon and therefore be triumphant in the midweek UCL clash with Borussia Dortmund. Dortmund players were not happy – because they had no reason to be: they were outplayed by opponents looking to prove themselves and who wanted progression more than they did. Meanwhile, further good news could be on the way.

Joao Felix was again one of the standout Blues, this time at Stamford Bridge. It was actually a positive sign to see the Portuguese unhappy at being substituted: passion to win and help CFC is clearly evident.

During the game, Italian reporter Fabrizio Romano made an announcement on the loanee. The transfer czar suggests that Chels’ plan to negotiate Felix’s extended stay this summer. This information will delight the Blues fan base. Happy days.