According to several reports, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is not happy with his striking force and wants to strengthen his team with one more forward in the January transfer window, and he has gotten some advice from Spain international striker Alvaro Morata.
The Spanish striker has told the former Juventus manager to sign former Barcelona forward Sandro Ramirez as per a report by Don Balon, who are cited by TeamTalk.
Sandro Ramirez is now under contract with Merseyside giant Everton after joining last summer from Spanish La Liga club Malaga for a transfer fee of £5.2 million. Although the forward has yet to find the back of the net in the English Premier League since his arrival at Goodison Park, playing 11 matches for the Toffees, Alvaro Morata thinks the Everton striker may be Antonio Conte’s best option for winning Premier League titles.
Spaniard Alvaro Morata is currently deputized at the club by Belgian Michy Batshuayi, a player not very popular at the West London club by the technical crew, despite his good goalscoring record.
He has netted seven goals throughout the campaign, in all competitions but Italian tactician Antonio Conte is not so impressed. Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham, who is on-loan at Swansea, has been recommended by Chelsea fans to be returned to deputise Morata with goal scoring activities.