Search for Mentor For Morata, Chelsea Goes This Old Spanish Bomber Again
In order to find coatings as well as mentors on the front lines for Alvaro Morata, Chelsea is called will explore again the opportunity to hook Fernando Llorente.
Striker who now dressed Swansea City is an old target since January and never rejected the proposal submitted by the Blues.
After certainly no longer use Diego Costa next season, Chelsea immediately moved to find the right replacement figure. Had reportedly close to Romelu Lukaku, London Blue in the end even bought Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid for 70 million Pounds Sterling.
But with the age of just stepping on 24 years to make Morata not so rich in experience. Especially in 2017/2018 future will be the first time for him to try out the Premier League. A co-chancellor is most likely required to ensure the adaptation of the former Juventus so that the kick and rush runs smoothly.
Despite already having Michy Batshuayi as another striker, Chelsea are likely to find another new partner for Morata. Is Llorente, a former colleague at Juve, who is considered as the right choice to be a mentor for the new recruits. Coach Antonio Conte also hinted if his movement in the transfer window has not ended.
“In Singapore later (Antonio) Rudiger and Morata will join or even another player,” said Conte on The Independent.
“Hopefully so. I know very well if the club is currently struggling, “added the Italian manager.
Equally from Spain and already a year in the UK, Llorente will be the right teacher for Morata. Moreover, the interest of the Blue on the former penggawa Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla is not new. In January he had time to be trafficked to Stamford Bridge but instead confirmed his loyalty to Liberty Stadium and make 15 goals plus one assist throughout last season’s campaign.
Swansea itself is believed will not want to easily lose its main bomber. Last season’s deadly duo Llorente and Gylfi Sigurdsson were able to make the Swans escape from the relegation chasm. At least 30 million Poudsterling funds must be paid at Swansea while Chelsea do not want to pour more than half. (Metro)