Sevilla football director Joaquin Caparros has said that completing any move for Morata, loan or permanent, is very very complicated.
The Sevilla man believes even though the player might be interested, the Chelsea hierarchy have been extremely difficult to negotiate with.
“It is true that we have an interest in this player [Morata], but it is a very, very complicated operation,” Caparros told the club’s official television channel. “The player may want to come here over other options, but it is very complicated. Chelsea are a club who are very difficult to negotiate [with].”
Morata, arrived to Chelsea last season and in 72 games for the team so far, he has scored 24 goals. The player is technically gifted but has lacked the mental toughness required to ace in the big clubs.
Morata previously played for Juventus and Real Madrid but in both places he was used as a back-up striker rather than the main man. His Chelsea adventure is his first stint as the number nine in a big club and it would safe to assume that Morata has fallen well short of his objective.
Sevilla are ready to offer the player a temporary safe haven, according tor reports. Latest reports have also confirmed that Chelsea are on the verge of signing Higuain, which would make it considerably easy for Morata to go out on loan for now.
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