Alvaro Morata could be set for premature Chelsea departure in £55M deal

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Alvaro Morata could be set for premature Chelsea departure in £55M deal

Huddersfield soared into 16th place on 37 points, four clear of 18th-placed Swansea, who now have to rely on what manager Carlos Carvalhal has called a "miracle" if they are to survive.

Danny Murphy has admitted that Alvaro Morata has been largely disappointing in his first season at Chelsea FC despite flashes of brilliance. But they weren't able to score one goal more than our opponent.

His compatriot Diego Costa returned to Atletico Madrid to heap pressure on Morata in his debut season in the Premier League.

It left Arsenal as the only side in English league football to fail to win a single away point in 2018, having lost all seven road games before Wenger's farewell on Sunday after 22 years with the club at Huddersfield on Sunday.

Chelsea will be hoping that Morata takes up Cascarino's advice against Manchester United in the FA Cup final which is, later on, this month. To make rotations means to play people like [Alvaro] Morata, Willian and [Andreas] Christensen who could play every game.

Juve can not afford the £60m that Chelsea want to cover the amount they spent on Morata last summer from Real, but want a deal that will enable them to bring in the cash from other sales.

The Spain worldwide last started a game against Burnley on April 19 and was left out of the squad entirely for the 1-0 win over Liverpool last time out.

The Blues are gunning for a victory which could propel the club into the top-4, depending on the outcome of Tottenham's match with Newcastle, while relegation-threatened Huddersfield are desperately seeking the point that will secure their top-flight survival.

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