Alvaro Morata’s potential move to Chelsea could become a formality in just days after the Blues expressed their intent to get a deal done.
The current Juventus man is poised to return to Real Madrid due to a buyback clause in his Bianconeri contract, but that move will only serve to act as a stepping stone in his future.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Los Blancos stand to make over €20 million in profit as Chelsea are willing to part with €50 million.
Former Juventus boss Antonio Conte is arriving at Stamford Bridge after the European Championship, and reportedly named the Spaniard plus Everton striker Romelu Lukaku as his two main attacking targets.
Premier League rivals Arsenal had also been showing an interest in the frontman, but they have since moved on to Leicester City favourite Jamie Vardy in recent days.