Chelsea manager Mauricio Sarri may have to take a final verdict on Spanish forward Alvaro Morata.
It appears that Morata’s future is in his hands because he’s been given adequate playing time under the head coach as he was given with Antonio Conte.
The former Real Madrid and Juventus player has had a dig about struggling under Contes’ tactical decisions which required his strength as a one man striker who should connect with his attackers but since Sarri came in, it was as though he would fructify, however, we are yet to see any form of improvement.
Morata started the English Premier League ahead of his rival Olivier Giroud, scored one goal in four premier league appearances, however, Giroud has proved his quality as a prolific striker who can distribute perfect passes to his teammates.
Of recent, it was reported that Chelsea would opt for a potential striker who can take chances where necessary and the Serbian international Alexander Mitrovic was the first primary target who has scored 4 goals in five appearances in the Premier League.
What remains is for Morata to smile and get comfortable again as he may look elsewhere to put on a string of performance in a different club.
According to reports from Transfer Market Web, both West Ham and Dortmund have been reportedly linked to signing the £60 million-rated player on loan. This could be the main solution to revitalize his quality before getting back into Chelsea team again.
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