Enzo Fernandez has sent a message to Chelsea over Joao Felix’s future.

Chelsea midfielder Enzo Fernandez has urged the club to keep Joao Felix on a permanent deal when his initial loan from Atletico Madrid expires in the summer.

Fernandez and Felix were both new arrivals at Chelsea during the January transfer window, with the former completing a club-record £107m move from Benfica and the Blues paying around £9m for the latter on a temporary six-month deal. of

The pair have never crossed paths before, although they share some common history with Felix making a name for himself at Benfica. But Felix, although only a year older than Fernandez, has first-hand experience of what the midfielder is going through after being moved for €126m earlier in his career.

So it seems they have already finished it and Fernandez is keen to continue it.

“He called me when I got here to see if he could help,” Fernandes told The Guardian.

“It helps on the pitch when you get on with someone. He’s a great player, isn’t he? Let’s hope Chelsea can do everything they can to keep him.”

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Fernandez has also urged Chelsea fans who encouraged the team after last weekend’s defeat to bottom club Southampton to continue to have ‘faith’ in the players and staff.

“My message to the fans will never forget that we are representing you,” he said.

“Trust us. Trust the players, trust the backroom staff, trust the manager. Because we’re all moving in the same direction. This is a restructuring of the club. Trying to win. Then we can start to turn things around.”

Chelsea face a tough trip across London against Tottenham on Sunday, coming into it with just two wins from their last 14 games in all competitions. The Blues have not won at all since January 15 and have scored just one goal in five games since then.

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