Chelsea told to sell two players to fund Joao Felix transfer
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Chelsea told to sell Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic to facilitate a move for Joao Felix.

The Portuguese winger was signed in January from Atletico Madrid in a loan deal until the end of the season.

He has been impressive for the Blues so far after his rough Premier League debut and many consider him the ‘most dangerous player’ at Chelsea.

Felix expressed his desire to extend his stay at the West London capital but Atletico would demand in excess of £100m for his signature.

Club legend Frank Lebouef believes the club could sell both Mount and Pulisic to fund the Joao Felix transfer.

‘Joao Felix is a great player,’ ex-Chelsea defender Leboeuf told ESPN.

‘I think he’s the most dangerous player, the most entertaining player, the most artistic player at Chelsea right now. He’s been pretty consistent too, almost every game he creates something.

‘Hopefully Chelsea will be able to sell a few players – maybe Pulisic and Mount – and can then get Felix on a permanent.

‘It would be a lot of money, that’s the only worry for the owners. But in terms of a football player, I would sign him.’

 

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