It is becoming obvious that English Premier League outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is becoming increasingly frustrated at the lack of cutting edge of his strikers and he is keen to make a change without any delay.
Most importantly, the Italian manager seems to have lost patience with Spanish striker Alvaro Morata who has been in poor form and he is willing to do away with him.
It was earlier reported that the former Real Madrid striker will be offered to Italian Serie A outfit AC Milan in exchange for Gonzalo Higuain in the January window but that plan might have changed with the report that he will now be heading to the Spanish La Liga outfit Sevilla.
Morata has played a number of games without enough goals, scoring just 7 times across all competitions which is not enough to help the West London club with their bid to secure a Champions League qualification for next season with a top four finish.
However, Morata seems reluctant to leave the Stamford Bridge but there is no doubt he would be shown the way out should an offer comes in and should the West Londoners secure a replacement for him in this winter transfer window.