Shipwreck Alvaro Morata is keen on forcing his way out of Chelsea this campaign after failing to make his mark in Maurizio Sarri’s squad.
Chelsea have played striking football this campaign since the Italian grabbed the reins of the outfit. However, they have flunked in the final attacking third.
Their flick passes when going forward, and energetic runs into their opponents defensive third deserve praises, however they can’t seem to snatch their chances at scoring.
Morata fitted the bill, but the staggering fee paid for his move away from Real Madrid has not been justified.
Sarri is calling for his replacement and has Chelsea digging deeper in the market for the specs he wants.
Morata’s agent have travelled to London to discuss talks of a possible loan to the La Liga side Sevilla after they sounded out they had taken interest in the star.
According to ESPN, the player’s agent Juanma Lopez has met with Sevilla director Joaquín Caparros to iron things out over Morata’s move.
The striker who joined the Blues from Real Madrid is struggling to find confidence in front of goal, registering 24 goals in 72 matches for the club.
Sevilla are disturbed over the player’s exorbitant wages, but Morata by his agent has revealed he’s willing to knock down his wages to ease his transfer to the Spanish side.