Monday, March 19, 2018

Morata Tells His Friends He Expected to Leave Madrid & Will Join this Premier League Club


Real Madrid Star Alvaro Morata Reportedly Tells His Friends He Expected to Leave Real Madrid and Join Premier League Club This Summer.


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​Morata Transfer Chelsea: Ex Juventus and Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata has reportedly told his friends that he expected to complete a summer move to Premier League Club Chelsea FC. It comes as the Stamford Bridge Blues club look for potential replacements for the out Going Diego Costa, who is expected to leave the Chelsea at the end of the season for Atletico Madrid or China.

Alvaro Morata has been linked with a Bernabeu exit for several weeks already after failing to establish himself as a regular starter on his return to Real Madrid last year and also Due to His Relation with Coach Zidane .


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Morata Transfer Chelsea : The 24-year-old Los Blancco’s and Spanish has been on Chelsea radar since he was at Juventus last year , while Arsenal have also been mentioned in the gossip that they will challenge Chelsea for the transfer. But it seems the club in west London has the advantage of being Morata’s preference at this moment in time.

According to the Daily Telegraph, Alvaro Morata is a fan of Conte. It was the Chelsea boss who put the groundwork in place for him to join Juventus in 2014 and, as such, the player has informed his inner circle that he expects to become a Chelsea player.

Having struggled to displace Karim Benzema in Madrid starting XI, it was rumoured in Spain last month that Morata has growing concerns over his lack of playing time – just six La Liga starts this season – especially with the 2018 World Cup now on the horizon.


Morata needs regular games to ensure he keeps his place in the Spain team for the tournament. That is something Real cannot give him, while there is speculation that Los Blancos will even add to their squad in summer, with Sergio Aguero and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang targets.

Therefore it is said that Real could be willing to listen to offers in the region of €58m or £50m – the same club record fee Chelsea paid for Fernando Torres in 2011.

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