A winger is high on Graham Potter’s plan in January, however he likewise needs a middle back who can seek a first-group place
Chelsea are taking a gander at an arrangement for Atletico Madrid Joao Felix on an underlying credit to reinforce Graham Potter’s assault for the final part of the time.
Felix, 23, is accessible at the right cost when the exchange window opens one week from now and, as per Spanish sources, Atletico are prepared for a proposal from Chelsea as they hope to move once more into the Bosses Association places.
Potter’s objectives for January incorporate a middle back to seek a first-group put however a winger is high on his plan to help an assault that has scored 17 objectives in the Chief Association this season.
Chelsea are thinking about a credit with a choice or commitment to purchase in the late spring, contingent upon the terms Atletico need for Felix’s takeoff after the Portugal worldwide’s four seasons in Madrid following his move from Benfica in an arrangement worth more than £100 million.
In the wake of becoming undesirable under Diego Simeone – he has just begun one Bosses Association match since September – Atletico are not hoping to recover the charge they paid in 2019, when Felix was additionally on the radar of other Chief Association groups.
While Chelsea’s opponents have been checking Felix, executive Todd Boehly is accepted to move quickly for an arrangement. Felix would contend as a left-sided forward who can likewise play on the right, with Kai Havertz in the edge to play as a focal forward.
Notwithstanding being undesirable with his club, Félix began in four games at the World Cup for Portugal and scored in their initial triumph over Ghana, with his standing still high among clubs around Europe.
Chelsea are long haul admirers of RB Leipzig’s Josko Gvardiol however the Croatia place back has other European groups presently hoping to vie for his mark.
Potter says burglaries now a word related peril for footballers
In the interim, Potter has cautioned that endeavored burglaries are turning into a word related risk for footballers after Raheem Authentic’s house was burgled during the World Cup.
Authentic flew home from Qatar and missed Britain’s last-16 triumph over Senegal following the episode, in which tenants of the house got back to find adornments had been taken.
It was not whenever Authentic first has encountered such an occasion and Potter feels it is an impression of the “world we live in” that footballers are confronting these dangers.
The issue of home security has become progressively squeezing for footballers as of late, with many presently introducing alarm rooms and purchasing costly watchman canines.
Inquired as to whether these episodes are currently a word related danger for top players, Potter said: “Tragically it appears to be that way since that is the world we live in, sadly.