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04/06/2018 - 10:31 BST

Chelsea Reluctant To Let Alvaro Morata Leave

 




Chelsea are showing little appetite at the moment to allow Alvaro Morata to join Juventus in the ongoing summer transfer window.

Morata joined Chelsea last summer from Real Madrid for a club record fee, but his first season in England was difficult and the Spaniard is angling towards a move back to Italy.




The striker and his agent were spotted in Milan with Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici and a move back to the Italian champions for Morata has been in the works for a while.

The Bianconeri have proposed to sign the striker on an initial two-year loan deal, with an obligatory purchase option, but for the moment there is little indication that a transfer is set to take place.

 


According to Italian broadcaster Rai Sport, Chelsea have given negative signals towards a proposed move for Morata to Juventus in the ongoing summer transfer window.  

Chelsea are embroiled in negotiations to identify a new manager while still being in talks with Antonio Conte to reach an agreement over his payoff.

The west London club are unlikely to take any major decisions on the transfer front as long as the new manager is not in place.

Their plans to sign Robert Lewandowski have also hit a roadblock as Bayern Munich have made it clear they won’t sell him.