It has been revealed that English Premier League outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri had dome information’s on the move of Spanish striker Alvaro Morata away from the club but kept mute.
Alvaro Morata has completed a move away from Chelsea after falling out with the Italian boss for his unimpressive performance at the club.
It is now revealed that the former Real Madrid attacker had approached the Blues boss over a month ago that he wants to leave the West London club but that was not disclosed by the manager.
It was revealed that Alvaro Morata had protested his lack of playing time at the club, with 11 starts in 23 Premier League games.
Although, Sarri had already given the obvious hint that he was not interested in keeping former Real Madrid striker and pressed hard to secure the signature of Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain from Italian Serie A champions Juventus.
However, Morata who has signed for Atletico Madrid said his leaving Chelsea and coming to the Spanish capital is destiny and he will welcome the challenge.
However, the Blues boss has been allegedly told by club billionaire owner that the Higuain buy was a big gamble and against the club’s principle, hence there must be a better result.