Because of the frantic nature of the discussions, the Argentine was required to go through a medical examination in Lisbon late on Tuesday night in order to finalize his transfer to Stamford Bridge on the final day of the transfer window. This was done in order to meet the requirements for the transfer. This was done in order to fulfill the prerequisites for the transfer, so that I could proceed with the move. The transfer cost, which came in at a staggering £106 million, established a new benchmark in the Premier League.
It wasn’t until lunchtime on Wednesday that Fernandez arrived in London, so the other members of his new team were only able to involve him in two of their training sessions.
Potter, on the other hand, did not allow this prevent him from starting his newest signing in the starting XI for the west London derby that took place on Friday night against Fulham. During his time on the field, the 22-year-old displayed an assured playstyle that was impressive.
Aside from continuously disrupting the play and providing his teammates with some excellent and precise forward passes, Fernandez was one of only two other players who had more touches on the ball than he did (96). He was also the player who made the most tackles in the game (a game-high six), and he was the player who had the most touches on the ball. Fernandez finished with a game-high six tackles in this encounter.
Potter was ecstatic with what he saw from the new player, which was especially impressive taking into account how little time he had spent with him on the practice field. Potter is confident that the player will prove to be worth the significant sum of money that was paid in order for him to become a member of the team.
When asked about his thoughts on the performance of the former Benfica midfielder in his first game for his new club, Potter responded by saying, “Really good given that he has not been in the nation for very long and he doesn’t know us and we don’t know him so well in terms of training daily.” This was Potter’s response when asked about his thoughts on the performance of the former Benfica midfielder in his first game for his new club. This was the comment that Potter provided when asked about the play of the former Benfica midfielder in his first game for his new team.
She proceeded by saying, “However, I do believe that you could see flashes of his quality, his personality is there, and he’ll develop more and better the more we work with him.” “But I think you could see flashes of his quality, his personality is there,” she remarked. “But I think you could see flashes of his quality.” “However, I feel that you were able to get glimmers of his quality,” the narrator says.
“Yeah, it was,” Potter said to a question regarding whether or not Fernandez had a genuine taste of Premier League football in a competitive match during his post-match news conference. The question asked whether or not Fernandez had played in a match that was part of the Premier League. The question that had been posed was regarding Fernandez’s participation in games for the Premier League and whether or not he had done so. He did an excellent job, in my opinion, of keeping himself under control and I applaud him for that.
After the match, the head coach commented that although it was challenging, it was clear to see the player’s quality and what he would bring to the team. “We couldn’t be happier to have him join our team.”
I told him, “Since he hasn’t been with us for that long, it’s not easy for him or for us. However, I think you’ll see how fantastic he can be and how much of an effect he can have on the team – so I’m excited with him.” The fact that he hasn’t been here with us for a particularly lengthy period of time makes things challenging for both of us.