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Alvaro Morata To Chelsea, Was Cheap - Antonio Conte

Alvaro Morata To Chelsea, Was Cheap - Antonio Conte
20/8/2017

Alvaro Morata will today make his first start for the blues since his move to Chelsea and the Chelsea Boss expressed happiness for the amount paid for the Striker.

Morata who came in as a substiyus in their opening day defeat to score a goal and registering and assist, showed great quality. Conte Plans to help the 24 year, improve to become a world class striker.

"How much money we paid for Morata? Maybe £56 million could be a good price for Morata and for this transfer market," said Conte at a press conference at Cobham Training Centre. "If you remember, Morata didn't play regularly with Real Madrid last season because he was behind [Karim] Benzema.

"Usually when you don't play regularly you lose sometimes your performance, sometimes your quality in your physical condition. You need a bit of time to recover this. We want Morata to play regularly for Chelsea. My choices don't depend on the cost of money.

"We can spend a lot of money for one player and then I put him on the bench, because I'm seeing this player is not ready to play. There is not a relation to see him start a game."

The Italian Boss has seen great Transfer fees smashed this summer with Neymar Jr doubling the previous transfer record to move to PSG but believes that despite their transfer issues the He and the Spaniard could forge  a good relationship at Stanford Bridge.

"Morata is ready to start the game, yes. For sure," Conte said. "I repeat he needs to improve his physical condition and he needs a bit of time to reach the top, but he's in contention for the game.

"I'm sure about this. Morata is a young player. He can stay in this club for many years to become a fantastic striker for this club. Recently I was only told that I have admiration for Kane, for this player, but I think it's normal. It doesn't mean that I don't like my players.

"I can show admiration for another player. My only intention was to underline the great job Pochettino is doing. Harry Kane wasn't a great player before, and now his is."
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