Chelsea demands 55 M € or Morata leaves this summer

According to Telegraph, the London club will not accept the conditions of Atlético and will request the activation of the purchase clause this summer.


Al Atletico Madrid is presented with a delicate situation that he did not expect to reach. Finally, it will have to activar the purchase option by Álvaro Morata in this summer market or the Chelsea recover the forward. A threat that did not expect to arrive in the offices of the rojiblanco club and against which the advisors have been working in the last weeks because the intention of the striker is to continue playing under Simeone's orders and in that desire they will support each other. According to Telegraph published this Saturday, the team 'blue' is not going to give its arm to twist and immediately asked for the 55 million euros that costs the purchase of the Spanish international despite last winter was agreed a transfer of 18 months Atletico and Chelsea agreed that the payment of the clause could be carried out at the end of the 2019/2020 campaign, but the English could claim it as long as it was not to make cash with him.

But the UEFA sanction has It was a hard setback for Chelsea, who must find a way to survive during the period of banning signings. And to top it off, Lampard, who will almost certainly be the next coach, has asked guarantees in relation to the departure of Hazard and the return of Higuain to Juventus.

This would be a hard setback for Atlético de Madrid facing summer market because the club did not have the outlay of 55 million euros for the Madrid and this figure must be added the 120 million Joao Félix, 40 million Llorente and 25 of Lodi.

On the other side of the scales weigh the 120 millions that will receive by Griezmann, los 70 million by Rodrigo and the 80 by Lucas Hernández.



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