Sarri told decision to make on Alvaro Morata


Chelsea boss Maurizio has been advised on what to do with Spanish striker Alvaro Morata who is out of form and being speculated to leave the Stamford Bridge in the coming winter transfer window.

In a report published by Calciomercato, it advised the Italian boss to do away with the player by not standing in his way should suitors come knocking for him.

At the moment, Italian giants AC Milan are reported to be monitoring the former Real Madrid player and hope to have his signature in a swap deal that will have Gonzalo Higuain come to the opposite direction.

But the Reds have been told that should an agreement not be reached on that, Alvaro Morata should be allowed to leave because he has not made any impact and might not do so.

According to the report, the West London side needs a 20-goal striker which the Spanish man has not been able to meet even in his first season at the club.

Morata scored 11 goals in his first season after coming from Real Madrid to replace Diego Costa and that has been his best.

The Blues already have their top four finish under threat and they seek to have a solution to that in the second half of the season.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.