According to reports, Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata could be heading for exit at Stamford Bridge when the window reopens in January.
The Spain international joined the Blues from Real Madrid with the hope that he will continue his brilliant form for Chelsea in England.
However, since his move from Real to Chelsea, Morata has struggled to perform which saw Chelsea former boss Antonio Conte making move for former Arsenal star, Olivier Giroud to help the core of Chelsea’s attack.
With Conte gone and Maurizio Sarri appointed as new boss, nothing seems to has changed with the performances of Morata and he currently plays second fiddle to Giroud.
Sarri so far this season gave the Spain International 9 chances to perform for the Blues, but Morata was able to come up with a single goal he managed to score against Arsenal.
The former Napoli boss disclosed that the Spain international who is rated at £58m by Transfermkt need to build his confidence to score more goals.
But it looks as if Sarri can no longer continue with him, a new report from Stamford Bridge disclosed that the Blues are ready to sell off the 25-year-old in the January transfer window.
It’s added in report that Morata’s former club, Juventus, are still very much interested in him and could look to sign him in January should he be available for a transfer.
And, judging by his performances so far, if Morata can’t up his game in the next three months from now, the Spaniard will have to face to exit door at Chelsea.