Chelsea Striker Álvaro Morata Has Apparently ‘Offered Himself’ To Barcelona
Chelsea striker Álvaro Morata is preparing for life away from Stamford Bridge after he 'offered himself' to Barcelona, according to RAC 1.
The 26-year-old Spaniard has failed to make a major impact since his 2017 move and has not been able to secure regular football under Blues boss Maurizio Sarri.
The Spanish club could be interested in signing the former Juventus and Real Madrid star as a backup option for Luis Suárez.
The 31-year-old Uruguayan has been undergoing a biological treatment using stem cells on a knee injury.
According to catalan first radio Rac1, Morata has offered himself to Barcelona
- Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) 12 December 2018
Ahead of their Champions League match with Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde ruled out the former Liverpool striker due to his injury.
Tribal Football reports that a proposed move is only in the early stages, as well as suggesting that a deal would most likely be a January loan with the option to make it permanent in June.
'According to Barcelona based outlet RAC1, Álvaro Morata has been offered a move to Barcelona.' pic.twitter.com/9jt4rzM4OI
- Oddschanger (@Oddschanger) 12 December 2018
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Reports in Spain saying Morata has offered himself to Barcelona....
And I offer myself to Rhianna, doesn't mean she's gonna come over to my place. :broken_heart: pic.twitter.com/60bbwDzwjt
- Betin (@BetinKenya) 12 December 2018
When you hear Alvaro Morata has offered himself to Barcelona pic.twitter.com/q8ha0DSQMZ
- Jack Beresford (@JackBeresford86) 12 December 2018
:airplane: Reports suggest Alvaro Morata has offered himself to Barcelona after being unable to hold down a starting spot in Chelsea's first team...
It'd be a hell of gamble to take if they accepted.#CFC pic.twitter.com/tOLg350mBt
- TheSportsman Transfers (@TSMTransfers) 12 December 2018
Even with an open door into the nou camp, he'd still walk into the window on the side.
- Bhavick Ricky Popat (@RickyPopat) 12 December 2018
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