- Unsettled Morata Looks to a move away from Chelsea.
- AC Milan sets interest on Unhappy Chelsea and Spanish International.
Reports indicate that Milan had a meeting with a representative of Alvaro Morata with regards to making a summer bid to acquire the services of the Spaniard from Chelsea. The Rossoneri have expressed their desire to get an upgrade to Nikola Kalinic for next season, whilst been linked with the likes of Ciro Immobile and Andrea Belotti.
According to Sky Italia, CEO Marco Fassone and sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli met with Beppe Bozzo at Casa Milan today. Bozzo is an intermediary for Morata who has previously negotiated with Milan when they made an enquiry for the availability of the striker last summer.
Morata joined Chelsea last summer but reports are rife that he is unhappy ant Stamford Bridge. Milan will face competition from Serie A rivals Juventus for the Spaniard.
However, impending Financial Fair Play sanctions will restrict them from spending €60m straight away although there could be a deal based on a loan and an obligation to buy.
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Morata takes swipe at conte for making him suffer as recently reported by savechelsea.net
Alvaro Morata has taken a swipe at former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte by saying that the Italian’s tactics were part of the reasons he suffered last season.
Morata arrived at Chelsea from Real Madrid as a record signing in a deal worth £60million last summer.
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