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Sarri sends Morata to stands: Chelsea exit close?
12/01/2019, 19:00
Chelsea are currently playing against Newcastle in the English Premier League as Alvaro Morata's blues future is still in heavy doubt according to the latest reports. The Spanish international was left out of the call-up list for this game by Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri as an exit seems to be inching closer according to Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo.

Could it only be a matter of hours before Morata leaves London? This remains to be seen but Mundo Deportivo seem pretty convinced that Morata will soon be gone. Where might he end up? Barcelona are a possibility as are Sevilla and Atletico Madrid. Other than Alvaro Morata, Zappacosta, Moses, Cahill and Drinkwater were also out for this game against Newcastle as their futures are also in heavy doubt. More to come on the matter very soon... For more general football news, you can visit Calciomercato.com right here right now. You can also visit our webpage to follow the Chelsea game live. 

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