When he joined the team, Joao Felix has been under fire for Chelsea’s performance, especially in light of Atletico Madrid’s recent success.
Players started coming to Stamford Bridge in January, and Todd Boehly seemed to be spending his money in the transfer window without realizing that it doesn’t open again until the summer.
In the conclusion of their most well-known transfer drama, the club had to negotiate for 20 hours nonstop in order to recruit Enzo Fernandez for a British record amount.
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The World Cup winner has not exactly had the finest start for Graham Potter’s team after Sunday’s most recent defeat. He has yet to experience triumph
After the loss to Tottenham Hotspur, which included the VAR debacle involving Hakim Ziyech, there have been calls for Potter to be sacked.
However, Felix, an Atletico Madrid loanee who will play for the team till the end of the season, was also suspended for the squad’s lone triumph since the year’s start in January against Crystal Palace. Fernandez isn’t the only member of the team who hasn’t contributed to a victory.
The Spanish media outlet Mundo Deportivo has capitalized on this fact, noting that his parent team has been on their greatest run of the year since his brief absence.
Diego Simeone’s club hasn’t lost since Felix’s last appearance on January 8 against Barcelona, including last weekend’s draw against Real Madrid in the Madrid derby despite Angel Correa’s red card.
He transferred the “curse” of Atletico to the Blues, claims the outlet. This assertion is undermined by his three-game suspension for collecting a red card on his debut against Fulham.
They believe his “worst performance” to date while donning a Chelsea shirt was the loss to Spurs on Sunday, stating the forward regularly lost possession of the ball.
Although only having three shots during his time at Stamford Bridge, Felix reportedly lost the ball 14 times during the game, more than any other player in the entire 90 minutes.
Simeone was supposed to leave in the summer, thus it was assumed that he would visit the Wanda Metropolitano again. The club, though, might not want the former Benfica star considering his current performance.
Potter will be looking to get more from the Portuguese star and other players as he bids to keep onto the role he only took on in September after Thomas Tuchel was ousted.
After the team’s three consecutive losses, one report claims that the previous manager of Brighton has just two games remaining to keep his job.