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At 28 years old, and coming off 79 goals in the last 2 seasons, now is the perfect time for a team to sign this inform striker. PSG were initially close to finalising a deal for the Gabon international, but supposedly have taken a backward step as they try to lureKylianMbappe to the French capital. Man City are also rumoured to be interested but with Aguero and Jesus up front it’s unlikely they will make a move. A return to Jurgen Klopp at Anfield is a possibility, but realistically it presents a drop in level for a striker that deserves to be winning trophies. An outside bet is for him to join Real Madrid. If Morata leaves then Los Blancos only have Benzema up front, and Zidane may look to strengthen with another attacking option.
Diego Costa’s bust up with Antonio Conte means that the Spanish frontman will likely be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer, opening the door for RomeluLukaku to join the Blues from Everton. Chelsea are favourites to sign him, but word on the transfer grapevine is that Mourinho may plan to swoop for the Belgian frontman before his old club can. PSG and Arsenal are also outsiders to make a move, and may present good value bets to sign him later on in the summer if they fail to sign their primary targets.
Man Utd have been tipped as the favourites to sign Morata as a big name replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. However Chelsea are also keen and Conte is known to be a fan after managing the 24 year old for a year during his time on loan at Juventus. At the start of the window AC Milan were heavily linked, but now seem to be third in the race as the Spanish striker seems set on playing Champions League football. An outside bet might be a return to Juventus; Gonzalo Higuain’s poor performance in the Champions League final highlighted that the Bianconeri need an elite level striker if they want to take the final step to being European Champions.