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Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Attacker: "I'm in debt with Conte, will not think twice to join Chelsea"


    Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has revealed that discussions for his big-money move to Stamford Bridge actually started to take place in spring. With the Spaniard tipped to leave Real Madrid in the summer given a lack of chances in the first team, it seemed like he would be heading to Manchester United to reunite with Jose Mourinho, reports Football-London.


Morata told Gazzetta dello Sport:

"I came here because there was a coach like Antonio Conte,"



"I’m in debt with Conte," added Morata. "He had taken me for Juve and then left for Italy. When I knew he wanted me, I didn’t think twice.

"There were a number of favourable situations. The first was the coach: I knew Conte and I had no trouble finding myself in his football ideas."

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