Atletico Madrid boss Simeone coy over move for Chelsea striker Morata

Morata move 'very very complicated', says Sevilla director

Morata move 'very very complicated', says Sevilla director

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is believed to be edging closer to an exit, with his agent reportedly set to negotiate with a LaLiga outfit.

Chelsea are happy to allow Morata to leave, but they first want to source a replacement, which they have identified as Gonzalo Higuain.

The Portugal global scored just two Serie A goals for Milan last season before being shipped out on loan to Sevilla in the summer.

And Simeone kept quiet on the talk that they could offer him an escape route in this window. 'I don't speak about players that aren't with us, only those that are.

"I can't confirm or deny anything because coaches wait to see what the club can do".

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"The most important thing is that the player himself wants to join Sevilla".

The Englishman also has an edge to his game, and he could be the firebrand we need at the tip of the attack, similar to Diego Costa.

Spanish radio station Cope have reported that Atletico's chief deal maker Andrea Bertra has travelled to London for talks with Chelsea.

Former Real Madrid frontman Morata has been linked with a return to LaLiga, though Sevilla said a deal for the Spain global would be "very, very complicated".

Morata has repeatedly been linked with an exit in recent weeks, while Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri recently declared his eagerness for the club to sign a striker.

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