Real Madrid Player’s Move To The Premier League Almost Complete

Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata celebrates scoring their third goal.

Reuters / Tony Gentile

Real Madrid are a club known to buy the best players in the world and fill their squads up to the brim with quality of only the highest order.

This, however, has a bad side to things, as it results in some of the players eventually falling out of favour in a star-studded squad, and not being able to play for the team with all their potential, and eventually moving away from the Santiago Bernabeu.

One such player going through this phas,e and at the point of reaching a similar ending, is Alvaro Morata, who seems ready to complete a move to the Premier League as the negotiations appears to be all but done.

According to reports coming in from Diario Gol, Chelsea are a club that have apparently agreed personal terms with the player and his agent, which will result in a transfer to Stamford Bridge in the summer, as the lad desperately searches for an outlet to provide him with some much-needed game time.


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The forward is currently in good form, after having impressively scored 20 goals this season, but he is still being offered a regular spot on the bench by Zinedine Zidane day in day out – a treatment his talent and output does not deserve.

Chelsea will mostly be without a star central striker next season, as Diego Costa’s move to China looks highly possible, and having played under Antonio Conte in their glory filled Juventus days, it would be a reunion Morata would certainly consider having as soon as possible to revive his career and set his mark on world football.

 



Written by Vikram Gupta  

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2 Comments

  1. Tengen Randis on May 10, 2017 at 12:28 am

    I don like all this transfer. Our players must not live that way .

  2. Tengen Randis on May 10, 2017 at 12:31 am

    How many of our players are going to United, and how many are we going to buy . Our present 9 is not that way provx it .

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