It is a common knowledge that there is a big chance of Diego Costa leaving Chelsea in the summer. The former Atletico Madrid star’s head was reportedly turned by a big money offer from a Chinese club in the winter transfer window but Chelsea chose to keep the Spaniard but come the summer, the Blues may not be able to stop Costa from leaving the club.
However, reports claim Chelsea’s bid to get in another high profile player as the replacement for Costa is becoming fruitful after Real Madrid star Alvaro Morata secretly confirmed he will like to play under Chelsea manager Antonio Conte. Morat, Icardi and Aubameyang are likely to be the subject of the most speculations once the summer transfer window opens. And smart punters can sure make money by betting on the next destination of these players. And if you are into casinos you can check out our review of free casino games with no deposit uk.
The former Juventus star was linked with a move to Chelsea last summer with reports going as far as claiming Chelsea did actually made a bid of €60 million for the player which was rejected by Real Madrid who at the time preferred to keep Morata at the club. Real Madrid President Florentino Perez has however since then claim Morata will be allowed to leave the Santiago Bernabeu should any club make an offer of at least €60 million.
And with Morata said to be keen to play under Conte, it appears Chelsea’s job has been made a lot more easier. Morata has not been a regular under manager Zinedine Zidane and is said to be ready to force through a move away from the club once the opportunity arises in the summer.
Arsenal, Manchester United and PSG have all been linked with the signing of the Spaniard which means Chelsea are not going to be without competition for the signature of the 24-year old striker.
Morata will surely be a good addition to the current Chelsea team but it would have been more ideal if he is coming to the club as an addition and not a replacement for Diego Costa. Let’s face it, although Morata has shown some flashes of brilliance, he has really not delivered on the big stage consistently enough to justify Chelsea making him their number one striker.