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Done deal: Chelsea seal another deal



Alvaro Morata

Chelsea are one of the busiest clubs at the ongoing transfer window as they have reached another agreement with Atletico Madrid over Alvaro Morata’s future units.

Last week the Blues completed their loan move for Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain who will be with the Stamford Bridge outfits for the rest of the season.

In the same week, the Blues also reached an agreement with Turkish side Fenerbahce over Victor Moses services.

Maurizio Sarri sanctioned the player’s loan switch to the struggling Turkish club where he is expected to spend at least six months until the end of the season.

The Blues have successfully loaned Alvaro Morata to his childhood club Atletico Madrid. According to the Spanish side’s official website, the 26-year-old completed an 18-month loan switch yesterday.

The Spaniard will hope to bring his career back to where it should be before the end of his spell with Diego Simeone’s team.

The player’s future has been the most talking points in the transfer media since last month and just as reported by many transfer media, Higuain’s signature gives Sarri force Sarri into sanctioning Morata’s move to the Spanish Capital.

With three departures (Fabregas, Moses, Morata) and one signing (Gonzalo Higuain), Sarri is expected to complete another signing before the upcoming deadline day.

The Italian is reportedly chasing after Paredes and Yannick Carrasco’s signature so as to fill up the space created by Cesc Fabregas departure.

Giroud, Hudson-Odoi and Danny Drinkwater are tipped to leave Stamford Bridge before the end of the January window.