Joao Felix's arrival at Chelsea was met with so much optimism from the club's fans who thought the Portuguese forward would play a significant role in turning their season around.
Unfortunately, things didn't go as expected, with Felix himself reduced to a bench warmer since Frank Lampard took charge of the first team squad.
Fresh reports now indicate that although Felix do want to continue his career in England, he may end up leaving Chelsea because of the absence of Champions League football next term.
The Blues barely escaped relegation this campaign and will definitely miss out on top four after series of defeats in the league recently left them hovering just above the relegation zone.
According to reports, Felix wishes to play in Europe's premier competition, and with Chelsea not able to offer him that luxury, he may walk out on them this summer.
In 13 league matches for Chelsea since joining them from Atletico Madrid last January, Felix has managed to find the back of the net 3 times, although he offers much more than just goals.
His overall play and ability to create chances are other aspects of Felix's game that Chelsea could miss if he eventually leaves.
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