Chelsea Agrees A 71 million Deal With Juventus

Chelsea FC under their current Italian manager, Antonio Conte, have ended their season in a very bad unexpected way where the Blues Chelsea FC failed to defend their Premier League title, and failed to qualify for the Champions League after finishing fifth and missing the Champions League football after losing the last match, and the goal difference.

Chelsea will be eyeing for super mega signings this summer in order to compete for the Premier League again, and get back to the Champions League next season through the Premier League, or winning the UEFA Europa League which they will be competing with European giants such as Arsenal as well.

According to the latest news and reports from different sources from Italy and England, Chelsea have reached an agreement with the Italian Serie A giant and champions, Juventus FC, for a deal during the summer transfer windows which is worth over 70million US Dollars if it goes through.

The latest reports confirm that Chelsea FC have given their Spaniard striker, Alvaro Morata, to leave during the summer transfer windows to his former club, Juventus FC, on a two years loan where Chelsea FC will be getting 15million Euros for the two years loan, and there will be an optional clause to buy him from Juventus for 45 million Euros, which makes it 60 million Euros, and around 71million US Dollars.

Alvaro Morata has started the season in a good way, but then he suffered later on in the season after failing to score and losing his starting Xl for the French striker, Oliver Giroud, who arrived at the Stamford Bridge from the London club, Arsenal FC, and is starting under Antonio Conte recently.

Alvaro Morata may eye a return to Turin in order to get back to his top form after scoring just 11 Premier League goals this season and bein a scapegoat many times for Chelsea’s defeats after losing several easy chances.


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