Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata "is interested in Barcelona's move" when the Liga champions are alerted on a possible loan
- The Chelsea striker, Alvaro Morata, is "interested in moving to Barcelona"
- The twenty-six was disgraced at the Stamford Bridge under Maurizio Sarri
- The Catalan giants were advised of a possible loan move for Spanish
- Also Atletico Madrid and Sevilla have expressed interest in the signing of Morata
Sam Mcevoy for Mailonline
The Barcelona is thinking of making a move for Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata after being warned of a possible loan to the Spaniard.
The 26-year-old is said to be "interested" in a move to the Nou Camp in the January transfer window, in case Chelsea could find a substitute for him.
According to Spanish sport, the agreement also depends on the fact that the Catalan giants can unload both Denis Suarez and Munir to get Morata for the six month period.
Alvaro Morata is "interested in Barcelona" after the club has been advised of a possible loan
The 26-year-old has fallen in disgrace at the Stamford Bridge under the guidance of Maurizio Sarri
The sport has also said that Barcelona has not made an offer to sign Morata but is considering its options.
Also Atletico Madrid and Sevilla have expressed interest in signing the international of Spain while Morata seems to end its torrid time in England.
Atletico joined Morata's hunt at the start of this week, in an attempt to replace Diego Costa, who is currently recovering from a foot injury.
The Barcelona must download Denis Suarez (pictured) and Munir if an agreement for Morata must happen
However, the manager of Atletico Diego Simeone remained shy about the interest for Morata.
"The only thing I'm thinking about is the next game against the Levant," said Simeone. "I'm not talking about players who are not with us, only those who are.
& # 39; I can not confirm or deny anything because the coaches are waiting to see what the club can do.
Some players want more minutes, some may be sold by the club, some may arrive. We have to wait until January 31st. & # 39;
Atletico Madrid wants an attacker to replace Diego Costa, who had a foot injury
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone refused to confirm or deny interest to Morata
Morata began her career in the youth team of Atletico Madrid before being signed by Real Madrid.
Seville is also enthusiastic about Morata, but their sports director Joaquin Caparros admitted on Tuesday: "It's true that we're interested in this player [Morata]but it's a very, very complicated operation.
& # 39; The player may want to come up here with other options, but it is very complicated. Chelsea is a very difficult club to negotiate [with]. '