Will Alvaro Morata start vs Arsenal this weekend in the Premier League?

Will Alvaro Morata start vs Arsenal this weekend in the Premier League?

Will Alvaro Morata start vs Arsenal this weekend in the Premier League?

As per Sky, Morata himself would prefer to join Atleti on a permanent deal, but the precise nature of the move (perhaps an initial loan with option to buy) very much depends on the final whirl of negotiations.

The 31-year-old Argentina striker played under Maurizio Sarri at Napoli and a reunion with the Chelsea boss could happen this month, with speculation mounting in Italy.

Parent club Juventus are in talks with Chelsea as well as Milan over Higuain's future.

Higuain ramped up rumours of his imminent exit from Milan, as he is only on the bench for tonight's Supercoppa clash with Juve in Jeddah, officially due to a 'fever'.

Asked if Piatek will leave Genoa, club CEO Giorgio Perinetti told Italian radio station Radio Crc: 'I don't know.

"It may seem like a joke, but honestly, it's true".


Atletico Madrid have stepped up their pursuit of Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata and have offered two of their own forwards to the Blues in a bid to get the deal over the line.

Chelsea have been linked with Gonzalo Higuain as the most likely replacement for Morata, with Sarri having managed the Argentina worldwide to great success at Napoli in the past. It is now unclear if the Spanish side will be signing Morata on a loan deal or that the forward will complete a permanent deal.

The reason why La Liga outfit Sevilla dropped the interest to sign former Real Madrid attacker from Chelsea has been revealed.

He scored 15 goals in 48 appearances past year under Antonio Conte, and has nine in 24 this time out, although only five of those have come in the Premier League.

The centre-forward position has proven a problem that many a Chelsea manager has struggled to solve over the years, even with extraordinary sums spent on players and the roaring success of so many defenders and midfielders.

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