Spain international and Chelsea striker, Alvaro Morata performance for the Blues so far this season has been below average.
Morata so far this season as scored a single goal in the game against North London club, Arsenal which is too low for a Chelsea main striker.
Chelsea coach Sarri Maurizio gave the Spain International another chance in the Uefa Europa leagues against PAOK, having dropped him against Cardiff in the EPL.
Morata in the Blues away game at Greece found it hard to find the back of the net despite the numerous opportunities to do so.
With the look of things, it seems Sarri patience is already waning and the Italian coach is likely to replace him with Olivier Giroud pending the time the Blues signs another Striker in the January transfer window.
This means Alvaro Morata will be out of Chelsea either on loan or permanent come January.
However, a perfect player Chelsea need to serve as a replacement for Alvaro Morata is Argentina international and Inter Milan striker, Mauro Icardi.
Icardi was in top form for the Seria A last season as he scored 29 goals in 34 outings for Inter Milan.
However, for the Blues to sign the 25-year-old striker, they will have to shell out £85.5 million.