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Alvaro Morata’s possible move to Spain hangs in the balance now after Atletico Madrid reportedly refused to pay a penny for him.

Morata joined the Chelsea team back in the summer of 2017 for a club record move. His previous experience of playing for Juventus and Real Madrid meant that Chelsea had to fork out a big sum to sign the player.

The player since his debut at the Bridge, scored 6 goals in 6 games but then faded away slowly. He scored 28 goals in 66 games since then. The player has proven mentally weak to play for a big club and is ready to move on now it would seem.

Morata has reportedly offered his services to every club in Spain in order to his exit his Chelsea exile. He was first linked with a move to Sevilla which failed through due to money. His next stop was Barcelona which did not work out as well.

His final destination it would seem was Atletico Madrid who were keen on signing him. However, now it would seem that the club are unwilling to pay a single penny for him to sign him permanently.

Oops! What next for him?

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