Chelsea star Joao Felix gives a big hint about the future in two words when asked about Atletico Madrid’s return

CHELSEA star Joao Felix dropped a big hint about his future when asked about a return to Atletico Madrid.

The forward is back in the Spanish capital where the Blues take on Real Madrid in tonight’s Champions League quarter-finals.

Joao Felix was shy when asked about his future


Joao Felix was shy when asked about his future
Felix is ​​on loan at Chelsea but has hinted at permanent residence


Felix is ​​on loan at Chelsea but has hinted at permanent residencePhoto credit: Getty

And he was asked about his future by a reporter before the game.

Felix simply replied, “Tengo contrato,” which translates to “I have a contract.”

The Portuguese joined Blues on loan until the end of the season but still has more than four years left on his Atletico contract.

Felix, 23, is cautious about his future at the Wanda Metropolitano but his time at the club could be up as he doesn’t always see eye-to-eye with manager Diego Simeone.

Felix himself has hinted he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge when his loan deal expires at the end of the season.

And his chances of joining Chelsea have been boosted after it was reported that Felix’s Atletico team-mates are ‘sick to the teeth’.

The Blues could try to sign the Portuguese on a permanent basis in the summer but may have to fend off interest from other sides.

Manchester United were interested in a loan deal in January but were put off by Atletico’s £10m loan fee.


However, Erik ten Hag is reportedly prioritizing a move for a striker when the summer transfer window reopens.

And it’s believed Felix could be available for £88m despite the Red Devils hoping for a ‘cheaper deal’.


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