Cavani To Replace Morata As Chelsea Moves To Offload Striker

Cavani To Replace Morata As Chelsea Moves To Offload Striker

Cavani To Replace Morata As Chelsea Moves To Offload Striker

With 11 goals in 29 Premier League matches - and 15 in 45 across all competitions - the Spaniard has struggled after initially hitting the ground running as some Chelsea fans believe his time in England may end in disappointment after just one season.

However, Juventus could yet increase their efforts in the summer when the manager situations are resolved at both clubs, with both Conte and Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri rumoured to be on their way out.

The 25-year-old has recently lost his place to Olivier Giroud, who has been in good form since joining from Arsenal for £18m ($24m).

Reports from Italy claimed Juve could make a £60m ($81m) bid this summer or result into a loan deal for the striker.

"Morata is Chelsea's player, he must be ready to play tomorrow and next season".

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When asked about Juventus rumours Conte added: "I don't like to comment on speculation".

The same article states that the Blues haven't agreed a fee contrary to some reports to sell their record signing less than 12 months after Morata moved to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea are now fifth in the Premier League table, and sit two points behind London neighbours Tottenham, with a further three points behind Liverpool who they defeated last season. "Not only one player".

Willian, Pedro and Alvaro Morata made up Chelsea's attack and the trio produced a lackluster performance as the side's hopes of qualifying for next season's Champions League were dealt a major blow.

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