Even though Alvaro Morata only joined Chelsea last summer, the Spaniard looks to be heading to the exit door already, as his disappointing performances have led the club to believe they need to reinvest in another forward this summer.
However, there’s plenty of interest for the services of the 25-year-old striker, as Serie A giants Juventus, Inter and even Milan seem to weighing up their options in regards to signing the player, according to Goal.
Juventus remain the most likely destination for Morata, who already spent some time in Turin, before returning to his boyhood club Real Madrid and later joining Chelsea. During his stay with Juvenuts, Morata helped guide the club to the Champions League final, but the Italian outfit was unable to claim the Champions League trophy in the end.
Nevertheless, a potential reunion is on the cards, if Juventus can muster up the necessary funds to sign the Spain international, as Chelsea will reportedly demand no less than the €66 million they paid for the player last summer.
The next likely destination for Morata is Inter, who secured Champions League qualification in dramatic fashion in the last league game of the season against Lazio after overcoming a 2-1 deficit. The promise of Champions League football could tempt Morata to join Inter and the financial influx that comes with the Champions League could help them secure the necessary funds to sign the Spanish forward.
In the end, there is AC Milan, who are allegedly also interested in Morata’s services. However, with their recent Financial Fair Play troubles seemingly coming back to haunt them – Milan may well be disqualified from Europa League due to their failure to keep up with the FFP rules – it remains highly unlikely they will be making any big signings in the near future.