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10/01/2019 - 10:54 BST

Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata Demands See Sevilla End Interest


Sevilla have abandoned their chase for striker Alvaro Morata due to Chelsea’s financial demands, according to Spanish journalist Guillem Balague.

Morata has struggled to settle down at Chelsea since his arrival from Real Madrid in the summer of 2017 and has failed to produce the goods up front.

Antonio Conte did not trust him enough to start him in big games last season and the Spaniard has also lost the faith of Maurizio Sarri, who wants to bring in a new striker in January.

The Spaniard wants to leave Chelsea in January and has been heavily linked with a move back to Spain, where Sevilla have been keen to sign him on a loan deal until the end of the season.


The Spanish club even held talks with Chelsea over a possible deal, but it has been claimed the negotiations have not gone anywhere and Sevilla are no longer interested.

They have ended their pursuit of the striker due to Chelsea’s unwillingness to back down from their demands and compromise to get a deal over the line.


Sevilla feel Chelsea’s demands for a deal to let Morata move to Spain were unreasonable and the club have given up hope of reaching an agreement with the Blues.

Morata still has suitors in Italy but Chelsea could have to lower their demands in order to facilitate a move.