Alvaro Morata Camp Working with Chelsea on Loan Move to Sevilla


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Three of Chelsea FC’s players who don’t regularly get first team football want out this winter transfer window, and it remains to be seen how many of them will get their wish. Count centre-forward Alvaro Morata among them.

According to ESPN, Morata’s agent, Juanma Lopez, is currently in London working on a deal to get his client a loan move to Sevilla. Lopez has reportedly already met with Sevilla director Joaquin Caparros, who confirmed the team’s interest in Morata during an interview with the club’s official web channel. (see it below:)

Sevilla are openly seeking reinforcements in attack this January transfer window while Morata would certainly welcome a return to his native country. He’s been kind of plus/minus, up and down whenever he has spoken publicly about his life in London during his Chelsea stint thus far, and it seems clear that his experience at the west London club has been far from optimal.

The Spaniard would very likely welcome a return to his native country. Sevilla will supposedly have competition in the race to acquire the striker though as another report from Cope claims that Atletico Madrid are interested as well.

Elsewhere, Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has been finalizing his move to Monaco, but Stamford Bridge have yet to sign off on it, as they first want to line up a replacement.


Also, Bayern Munich have reportedly bid four times for teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi, but Chelsea have not accepted an offer from the Bavarian juggernaut as of yet.

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