Joao Felix has just changed his bio on Twitter and Chelsea fans will love it - TCC View

Joao Felix has changed his bio on Twitter to something that Chelsea fans will just love.

Despite the fact Felix was sent off on his Chelsea debut in defeat to Fulham earlier this month, the general reaction to his arrival at Stamford Bridge has been very positive from the fanbase.

The 23-year-old attacker joined the Blues this January on loan until the end of the season from Atletico Madrid.

He’s currently serving a three-game suspension and he’s only had roughly an hour of football in a Chelsea shirt, but there was a lot to love about his eye-catching performance before his moment of madness.

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Joao Felix shows love on social media

The on-loan Chelsea forward has just made a change to his Twitter bio that Blues supporters will love.

His new bio now reads “Chelsea Football Club” and includes a blue heart emoji.

He’s only scheduled to spend six months during a loan spell in west London because there’s no permanent option to buy in the deal. It certainly seems like he’s settling well in England, though.

Incidentally, The Telegraph recently claimed that Chelsea are confident they would be able to sign Felix from Atletico permanently should they wish to.

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If Felix can show his true quality in the next few months, Chelsea fans will put pressure on the club to get him at the club permanently.

It looks like he can immediately inject some extra quality in the forward areas to Graham Potter’s squad.

He’s definitely got more freedom to express himself on the ball in the Blues line-up compared to an organised Atletico XI, so it looks a perfect match on paper.

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Dom is a Chelsea supporter who has worked in online publishing for more than six years. Graduated from Staffordshire University in 2016, he now writes exclusively for The Chelsea Chronicle covering news, analysis and match coverage. He enjoys the dream position of writing about his boyhood club, which seems to be involved in more drama every single day than an episode of The Bill. Aside from his love for Chelsea, he supports and follows the England cricket team. He also fancies himself as the Sunday League version of Michael Essien.