Many reasons why Morata should consider staying with Real Madrid

Many reasons why Morata should consider staying with Real Madrid

Marcel Desailly has urged Antonio Conte to make a move to bring Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Chelsea this summer.

A track record in the FIFA World Cup of 4 goals in 4 appearances for Italy shows Belotti at such a young age has the composure in front of goal.

Alvaro Morata remains Chelsea's number one target in their search for a new centre forward despite emerging competition from AC Milan.

Juventus too declared that Milan will pay them the transfer fee in three football seasons.

Milan have been rebuilding their team with fervour this transfer window and have added some big names like Hakan Calhanoglu, Andre Silva, Ricardo Rodriguez and have most recently prized away Juventus' Leonardo Bonucci - who took out a full-page ad in a local newspaper to thank the Old Lady on Saturday.

The multifunctional central midfielder only featured across 25 matches in which he couldn't manage a single goal or assist with his future under boss Carlo Ancelotti seemingly bleak especially after Corentin Tolisso joined from Lyon.

With Zidane appearing to consider that Morata is not good enough to be a first-choice starter, the player has decided to leave.

And former Chelsea star Desailly says he would love to see Chelsea sign the Borussia Dortmund star this summer.

Torino's Andrea Belotti is, understandably, a coveted player given the season he had in Serie A last term.

Toasting to a successful new season with President Li Yonghong! The option to stay, put in these terms, does not look as bad as he might believe. Torino president Urbano Cairo has already rebuffed previous suitors by saying that he would not settle for anything below the exorbitant release clause, but it appears that Milan are close to striking a deal.

Eduardo Alvarez covers Real Madrid and the Spanish national team for ESPN FC.