3 Reasons Morata Join Chelsea
Alvaro Morata is one step away from leaving Real Madrid and joining Chelsea. He also has a strong reason docked to Stamford Bridge Agen Judi.
Madrid and Chelsea have agreed on the transfer of Morata. The Blues will buy the Spaniard with a transfer of 70 million pounds sterling.
Morata stayed undergoing medical tests and negotiated privately to complete his move to Stamford Bridge. Once completed, officially Morata leave Madrid for the second time. Previously, in 2014, he had time to leave to Juventus.
Last season, Morata total scored 20 goals in all competitions. He also led Madrid won La Liga and Champions League. However, why Morata still choose to move to Chelsea?
Conte is the figure who recruited Morata at Juventus in 2014. But Conte did not have time to train Morata because first leave to handle the Italian national team. Morata was already looking forward to reuniting with Conte again.
“It’s been a bit of a strange summer for me, a lot of things have happened.In the end, if God wills, I’ll be in a club that has been wanting me for years, with a coach I’ve always talked to, so I’m so happy” Morata told the US.
“I’m going to join a team that is trained by the man who puts the biggest trust in me, and that’s amazing.I’ve been training hard for any outcome, but obviously this is my goal.I’m sad to leave Real Madrid, but I hope everything will go with Good at Chelsea, “he added.
Morata must play regular next season if you want to appear in the 2018 World Cup with the Spanish National team. If survived in Madrid, Morata will only be a spare tire Karim Benzema.
Last season for example. Morata only appeared in 43 of the total 60 games dilakoni Los Blancos in various arena. That, too, just 19 times himself down as a starter and only six times performing full for 90 minutes. In total, in 43 games, he only played for 1872 minutes or 43.5 minutes per game.
While at Chelsea, Morata gets guaranteed to appear in the first team. He will be the main spearhead of the Blues next season.
For Morata, Spanish connections are important. Currently, there are four Spanish players in the Chelsea team, even five if Diego Costa does not move.
The number of fellow countrymen will certainly make Costa comfortable to play. This will make it easier to adapt and understand Conte’s will.
Not impossible, Costa will duet with compatriot, Pedro Rodriguez, on the front lines next season.