The two were both acquired during the club’s January transfer window, which has since become legendary.
After a very disappointing start to the season, the ownership sought to conduct a dramatic mid-season rebuild.
They made investments in future players, with Andrey Santos being the standout addition to their first squad list.
But they spent the greatest time to address the obvious problems caused by Stamford Bridge’s lack of goals. They temporarily signed Madueke, Mykhailo Mudryk, and Joao Felix.
Even if all of those players were excellent, a midfielder was still very important. They appeared unlikely to be able to sign one in the final hours before the deadline.
However, they were eventually able to sign a British record transfer player because to a late breakthrough in discussions over Fernandez.
Madueke has already asserted that he is eager to play alongside their newest signing.
I saw him play at the World Cup, and he has such outstanding qualities, the player said. He is an excellent player who has clearly shown that he is a natural winner. He will bring with him a tremendous winning mindset. I can’t wait to meet him and play with him on the field!
There is no reason the young players can’t make their debuts on Friday night against Fulham, where there will undoubtedly be a positive vibe surrounding the Blues for the first time in a while.
After losing to their West London rivals last month, which was overshadowed by Felix’s first red card despite his impressive performance, they will be taking revenge.